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Armador Viña Odfjell Carmenére

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Precio Lista : $6.391

Precio Oferta : $5.705


86% Carmenère
9% Merlot
5% Syrah

The amazing red purple color is alluring. The first impression on the nose is one of
freshness, together with a rich, complex and pure expression of blueberries, black
berries and cherries, followed by notes of flowers, quince, chocolate and vanilla. The
wine quickly fills the mouth and is round, ripe, with velvety, rich tannins. The long
finish is refreshing, highlighting the acidity of the black fruits.

Armador Viña Odfjell Carmenére

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VINEYARDS Carmenère: 55% from Maule Valley and 31% from Maipo Valley. Merlot: 9% from Maipo Valley. 5% Syrah from Maipo Valley Age Seven to twelve years old. Terroir specifications Clay loam soil, deep and well drained. High temperatures during the day and very cold at night, getting even colder close to vintage. Handling Elimination of shoots during spring, removal of interior leaves after set, selection of the best brunches during veraison and once again after veraison. The grapes were hand-picked. HARVEST Harvest date From Mid-March to end of May 2005 Harvest Brix From 25 to 26.5º Brix Growing season There was some rain during Spring, especially during the flowering period. The period from Summer until vintage was hot and dry with a large difference in temperature between day and night, which allowed us to wait for the ideal level of maturity and ensured that the grapes were in good condition for harvest. WINEMAKING The grapes were hand picked. The grapes were not crushed on reception at the winery, the clusters were only de-stemmed. The whole berries had four to five days of cold maceration at 14ºC prior to fermentation and one to ten days of maceration at 25ºC after fermentation. Selected yeasts were used during the fermentation, which took place in small tanks from 10,000 to 40,000 Lts. Spontaneous malolactic fermentation took place in tanks. Aging 50% was aged in stainless steel tanks and 50% was aged in used oak barrels (two and three years old). Aged in oak for three to five months. Bottling Slightly filtered Bottled in March 2006