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Casa Tamaya Pink Goat Rose Limari Valley 2010

  • Varietal: 85% Syrah and 15% Malbec
  • Vintage: 2010
  • Country: Chile
  • Region: Limari Valley
  • Unit Size: 750 ml
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Tasting Notes
Pink ruby with slight purple shades. Summer essence of red fruits, grenadine and wildflowers. Charming mouth, round and subtly structured, with a refreshing finish full of shiny red fruits.

Winemaker Notes
"A happy and entertaining line of fine wines that mirror the joy of the mountain goats running free among the lofty peaks above the Limarí Valley..." "Pink Goat, is our Rosé, mainly composed of the Syrah variety. With intensely brilliant color and fresh fruity aromas, it is a particularly enjoyable wine, the perfect complement to cheeses, salads and fruit."

Vinification
"Hand picked grapes and harvested in April. Once the bunches were destemmed, the grapes were softly crushed, skin contact between 6 and 8 hours then pressed. The juice is then painted by a lively red and on its way to the steel tank to proceed to a pre-maceration with fines lees. Selected yeasts are inoculated to in order to bring out the fresh and fruity aromas. Alcoholic fermentation at 16 degrees Celsius. Harvested at the end of April, the "vin de saignee" of the best tank has been integrated in order to offer more structure and depth. Once fermentation is over, the wine is racked, stabilized by cold (-2 degrees Celsius). At last, wine is filtered and bottled."

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