Wine Viu Manent, "Single Vineyard" Malbec, 2013
The wine is dark purple, almost black.
Fruity wine has a bright taste with hints of dark chocolate, mocha and figs, turning into a long finish with silky tannins.
The aroma of wine is filled with tones of blackberries, raspberries, figs and prunes.
Wine in harmony with lean red meat, poultry, mushroom dishes, spices, salmon and chocolate biscuit cake.
Viu Manent, "Single Vineyard" Malbec 2012 - red wine, which is produced from grapes Malbec and Petit Verdot, grown in the area "El Olivar", located in the Colchagua Valley. The average age of the vines - 14 years. Harvesting takes place manually removed from the Malbec vines from 2 to 14 April, and Petit Verdot - from 9 to 13 April. Then the fermented grapes in stainless steel tanks at 25-26 ° C. After malolactic fermentation, the wine aged for 5 months in barrels of American and French oak.
Company Viu Manent was founded in 1935. Today it is one of the most famous Chilean wine producers. Viu Manent company was founded and is still managed by the family View Botin. The founders of the winery was Miguel Garcia View with two sons. At first, they specialize only in wine bottling and sales in the domestic market, then a descendant of the illustrious family - Don Miguel Viu Manent - bought the first vineyard «Hacienda San Carlos de Cunaco», that was the starting point for their own production wines. In the 80s of the 20th century, the company decided to start exporting wines to the international market. 90 years have brought significant changes Viu Manent - was upgraded production technology of wine and bought two vineyards located on the beautiful soils. To date, Viu Manent vineyard owned by three total area of 350 hectares. The company's philosophy is very simple and effective - "The best wine is made only from the best grapes."