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Chevalier de Dyonis Pinot Noir

2014

Vinification

Since grapes are the starting point for good wines, winemakers of the Euro-Romanian Society of Exceptional Wines place particular emphasis on the choice of the most suitable plots with different varieties of grapes they want. In order to comply as much as possible the quality of these grapes, they are handpicked at their optimum maturity and transported in refrigerated trucks into the winery. The vinification takes place later in stainless steel tanks. Maceration lasts between 2 to 3 days at a temperature of 25 to 30 ºC.

Features

This dry, light and fruity red displays a simple and medium nose. On the palate, its lively acidity, smooth tannins, and slender texture precede a short finish.

Food Pairings

Ideal with pasta with tomato and basil, roast chicken and some strong cheeses.

Other information

The Euro-Romanian Society of Exceptional Wines grows to date 110 hectares divided into 54 hectares of vines in the Dealu Mare region and 56 ha in the wine region of Babadag. Aged between 3 and 10 years, the vines are all from the nursery developed by Society.

Press review

89 points - Daenna Van Mulligen, winescores.ca - 2015-11-23 "Honest, raspberry, violets. Made in the hills of southern Romania, in a region purported to have a similar climate to that of Burgundy.It has very appealing aromatics such as sweet raspberry and cherry with cedar, star anise and crushed violets atop earthy forest floor notes. It has a slightly bitter tealeaf flavour on the entry then it rolls into tangy red fruit, cocoa ad fine spice. A lighter style of Pinot that is honest and juicy."

Details

Producer

S.E.R.V.E

Category

Red

Grapes

70% Pinot Noir, 30% Merlot

Country / Region

Romania, Dealu Mare

Appellation

Dealu Mare (AOP)

Size

750ml

Degree of alcohol

11.5%

Serving temperature

15°C to16°C

Taste Tag

Fruity and light

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  • Quebec
  • British Columbia
  • Alberta
  • Manitoba

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