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Hermitage Wines

Negroamaro is used mostly for blending wines, but also for varietal wines and provides excellent fruity, strong alcohol and long-lasting red wines. -Pinot Noir Pinot Noir is one of the best and noblest red wine grapes in the world. She is responsible for the fine, heavenly scented and very sensual red wines of Burgundy. In young Burgundian Pinot Noir hints of raspberries, cherries, strawberries, violets, which is compact at the age to a bouquet of wild, licorice, leather and autumnal forest floor can be found. Pinot Noir reflects particularly the typical and specific terroir of a location. Due to special climate needs, vulnerabilities for diseases, and low income she however is also one of the launischten and most difficult grapes at all. In Germany, Pinot Noir (here as Pinot Noir) is usually mounted red grapes. -The great grape of Tuscany Sangiovese will provide the basis for Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.

Sangiovese ripens very late, which can result in autumn slump in bad weather, that the grapes can not be fully mature and arise then hard, tannin-heavy wine with high acidity. Fully mature Sangiovese but results in wines with firm tannin structure, which are elegant, deep and fruity. They are suitable for aging in wooden barrels and can benefit greatly from the blending with Cabernet Sauvignon. Sangiovese wines have a bouquet of wild cherry, herbs, spices and tobacco. -Syrah that classic Syrah wines from the Rhone Valley, are exemplary represented by Hermitage and Chateauneuf du-Pape, very dark, full-bodied, powerful, alcohol and long shelf life and are certainly among the greatest red wines of the world. Intense fragrances to raspberries, blackberries, black currants, undergrowth, leather and tobacco. In Australia and South Africa largest importance under the name Shiraz Syrah. -Tempranillo Tempranillo is Spain’s answer to Cabernet Sauvignon and characterized by strong tannins and acidity.

The wines made from this grape include the longest-living in Spain. Tempranillo is the main grape in Rioja and Ribera del Duero (there called Tinto Fino). Well done Tempranillo wines have a lively acidity and exude scents that can remind of fresh strawberries, older wines also on undergrowth and leather. Typical Rioja wines, however, where it is blended with Garnacha, Mazuelo and Graciano, are usually lighter, fruity and young even refinement as pure Tempranillo. -Zinfandel (Primitivo) Zinfandel is the most mounted red grape in California. This grape variety in the southern Italian Apulia has the origin. The wines made from this grape are durable, firm, spicy, lively and full-bodied, which is dominated by the aroma of berries. Klaus-Dieter Gwiasda wine shipping Probst

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