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Storm Bay Merlot 2018 (12 x 750mL) Chile

Storm Bay Merlot 2018 (12 x 750mL) Chile

Lot No: 0039-2480137

Storm Bay Merlot 2018 (12 x 750mL) ChileA medium bodied wine that is packed with berry fruit and plum combined with toasty vanilla oak, perfect with game meat or a summer BBQ. (267506-4)

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De La Tierra Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), Chile

De La Tierra Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), Chile

Lot No: 0007-2480095

This wine is all about showcasing the classic style of its area of origin.Chile's unique geographical and climatic conditions offer it many advantages for wine production.The country is very long and thin - some 4500 km, yet it is only on average 150km wide, with the land sandwiched between the high, snow-capped Ands Mountain range and cold Pacific Ocean. The water temperature of Pacific is kept significantly colder by the Humbolt Current that flows up the Chilean coastline from Antarctica.The climate and soil conditions are almost perfect for grape growing;the influence and close proximity of cold air from the Andes and cool sea breezes cannot be overemphasised. Rainfall is restricted predominantly to the winter months, and snow-melt from the Andes provides unlimited pure water for the vineyard irrigation. These benign conditions and absence of phylloxera prevent many vine diseases.Because of the temperate climate and sharp day-night temperature variations, the ripening season may be several weeks longer than normal, allowing grapes to ripen more evenly and with greater fruit concentration and skin pigmentation - often resulting in higher level of antioxidants.Now Chile has become one of the world's prime resources of varietal wine. (267130-10)

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Wine Thieves Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), Chile.

Wine Thieves Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), Chile.

Lot No: 0028-2480095

Chile's unique geographical and climatic conditions offer it many advantages for wine production.The country is very long and thin - some 4500 km, yet it is only on average 150km wide, with the land sandwiched between the high, snow-capped Ands Mountain range and cold Pacific Ocean. The water temperature of Pacific is kept significantly colder by the Humbolt Current that flows up the Chilean coastline from Antarctica.The climate and soil conditions are almost perfect for grape growing;the influence and close proximity of cold air from the Andes and cool sea breezes cannot be overemphasised. Rainfall is restricted predominantly to the winter months, and snow-melt from the Andes provides unlimited pure water for the vineyard irrigation. These benign conditions and absence of phylloxera prevent many vine diseases.Because of the temperate climate and sharp day-night temperature variations, the ripening season may be several weeks longer than normal, allowing grapes to ripen more evenly and with greater fruit concentration and skin pigmentation - often resulting in higher level of antioxidants.Now Chile has become one of the world's prime resources of varietal wine. (267506-7)

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Goldridge Estate Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), Central Valley, Chile.

Goldridge Estate Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), Central Valley, Chile.

Lot No: 0009-2480095

This Pinot Noir is an elegant wine with a palate of soft tannins and a good body. The wine shows a complex nose, full of red fruits such as plums, cherries and a floral note of violets. (267506-1)

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Vista Bodega Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), Chile

Vista Bodega Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), Chile

Lot No: 0026-2480095

Chile's unique geographical and climatic conditions offer it many advantages for wine production.The country is very long and thin - some 4500 km, yet it is only on average 150km wide, with the land sandwiched between the high, snow-capped Ands Mountain range and cold Pacific Ocean. The water temperature of Pacific is kept significantly colder by the Humbolt Current that flows up the Chilean coastline from Antarctica.The climate and soil conditions are almost perfect for grape growing;the influence and close proximity of cold air from the Andes and cool sea breezes cannot be overemphasised. Rainfall is restricted predominantly to the winter months, and snow-melt from the Andes provides unlimited pure water for the vineyard irrigation. These benign conditions and absence of phylloxera prevent many vine diseases.Because of the temperate climate and sharp day-night temperature variations, the ripening season may be several weeks longer than normal, allowing grapes to ripen more evenly and with greater fruit concentration and skin pigmentation - often resulting in higher level of antioxidants.Now Chile has become one of the world's prime resources of varietal wine. (267130-11)

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Casa Marín Estro Vineyard Sauvignon Gris 2011 (6 x 750mL), Chile.
Casa Marín Estro Vineyard Sauvignon Gris 2011 (6 x 750mL), Chile.

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Casa Marín Sauvignon Gris Estero 2011 (6 x 750mL), San Antonio Valley, Chile. 92 Pts. Wine & Spirits92 Pts. DescorchadosGrape Variety: 100% Sauvignon GrisTasting Notes: Heady, smoky aromas with firm and zesty flavours full of character and body. The balance of oak is very well balanced. Some minerality but without the greenness and asparagus of a Sauvignon Blanc. Vineyard: Estero Vineyard, Lo Abarca – San Antonio Valley, Chile.Age of the Vineyard: Vines planted in December 1999/beginning of 2000 Time of Harvest: Last week of March and first week of AprilAltitude: 100 metres above sea level Harvest Method: Grapes were handpicked in last week of March and first week of April. Timing is very important for this variety; one day too early or late will be reflected in the final wine.Winemaking: Grapes were sorted by hand, leaving behind unwanted green materials. The must was cold macerated for 18 hours then gently pressed for 3 hours. The juice was chilled down to 5°C and then racked off the lees. 70% of the wine experienced spontaneous malolactic fermentation at 15°-18°C in 500 litre French oak barrels. After fermentation the lees were stirred for couple weeks. The other 30% fermented in stainless steel tanks with Anchor yeast. No acid addition or fining products.Winemaker: Maria Luz Marín and Felipe Marín Alcohol: 13.5% vol.Volume: 750 ml Residual sugars: 5.93 gr/litreStandard Drinks: 8.0Peak drinking: 2014-2015Best Served: 10°-12°C Ageing: 70% aged in 500 litre French oak barrels (260513-84)

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Millaman Estate Reserve Pinot Noir 2015 (6 x 750mL),  Central Valley
Millaman Estate Reserve Pinot Noir 2015 (6 x 750mL), Central Valley

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Millaman Estate Reserve Pinot Noir 2015 (6 x 750mL), Central Valley, Chile. 91 Pts. James Suckling Attractive nose, good complexity, red fruits like raspberries and cherries well accompanied by touches of spicy and floral tones. Well balanced acidity gives this wine juicy. Medium bodied, rounded and soft with a long and pleasant aftertaste. It is a wine to enjoy now but it will improve in the bottle. . Grape Variety: Pinot NoirVineyard: Low yield vines. Controlled deficit irrigation regime. Careful viticultural management searching for the proper ripeness of the tannins and avoiding green flavors. Low yields and good conditions during ripening gives a well structured wine with attractive varietal aromas, a fresh acidity.Time of harvest: Harvest was done in the first week of April.Ageing: 15% of the blend aged in used barrels during 4 months.Winemaking: Fermentation- 7 days cold maceration. Selected yeasts. Temperature controlled fermentation (26°C). 4 short pumpovers per day. 7 days maceration on the skins. Full Malolactic fermentation.Filtration- Filtration through 0.65 µ sterile membrane.Winemaker: Alexis CastroVolume: 750mlAlcohol: 13.5%Standard Drinks: 8.0All prices are in AUD Copyright 2019 Untapped Fine Wines. Sitemap Privacy Policy Terms an (260513-39)

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Viña Quintay Q Gran Reserve Syrah 2012  (6 x 750mL), Casablanca Valley
Viña Quintay Q Gran Reserve Syrah 2012 (6 x 750mL), Casablanca Valley

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Viña Quintay Q Gran Reserve Syrah 2012 (6 x 750mL), Casablanca Valley, Chile.An exemplary smooth, complex and elegant Syrah (Shiraz) of deep and purple reds. it has intense aromas, spicy, very complex and with clear notes of red, black and wild fruits. It also suggests subtle notes of violets and laurel. On the palate the balance is perfect; the acidity characteristic of the Casablanca Valley is accompanied by the concentrated, fruity and sweet presence of the tannins, mastered through its time in French oak barrels. Food Matching: A powerful wine to enjoy with robust dishes, especially casseroles and meat dishes.Grape Variety: 100% Syrah (Shiraz) Region: Casablanca Valley, ChileVineyard: Estate owned vineyards in Casablanca Valley Age of the Vineyard: 8 yearsTime of Harvest: 12 - 23 MayAltitude: 150m Harvest Method: Hand harvestViticulture & Winemaking: Harvested by hand in small 12kg baskets. Grapes are kept in a refrigerated chamber for 24 hours to drop to approximately 3°C. Only grapes in perfect condition are then used in the winemaking process. The berries are put in the tank and they are kept cold for 7 days then in the fermentation process the temperatures are raised to 28-30°C for about 15 days. The vinification is traditional and in enclosed tanks, with tastings being carried out twice a day. Once the alcoholic fermentation is complete, all the wine is transferred to French oak barrels. With every drop from the fermented pressed grapes drained, the barrel is then shut and left to rest between 6 and 24 hours. After that the barrel is reopened to drain the ultimate press, which is the most concentrated part as it comes from the bottom of the tanks where the skin settles. During the next 4 months the malolactic fermentation is done and it is stirred weekly in order to raise its lees and keep them suspended, with the objective to give the wine more body until the final blend 12 months later.Oak Treatment: 100% of the wine spends 16 months in French oak barrels.Winemaker: Vicente Johnson Alcohol: 14% vol.Volume: 750mlResidual sugar: 2.42 gr/litreStandard Drinks: 8.3Best Served: 16°Cellaring: Ready to drink now and will develop over a few years in bottle. (260514-17)

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