Elaboration of Stanley Colares Pinot Noir 2009
Stanley Colares Pinot Noir 2009 (Pinot Noir)
- View: Intense red color.
- Nose: Delicate aroma of ripe fruit with red pulp.
- Boca: discrete Tannins, with body, with a long end.
VINEYARD: The Stanley Colares Pinot Noir 2009 is produced by Stanley Ho, that the objectives of the Statute, to exploit the territory in which it operates Foundation. In this case, the territory in question is a vineyard located in the Alentejo region and vinified in the Onion Valley Estate, which is situated in the region of Canha Pegões.
GRAPES: Pinot Noir 100%
AGEING: The wine is transferred to oak barrels. Here it begins a maturation time is about 12 months, culminating in the bottling and sale.
PREPARATION: The winemaker Paolo Nigra to address all aspects of the production of Stanley Colares Pinot Noir 2009 on behalf of the Foundation. The grapes are harvested from the most mature, and immediately taken to the warehouse to be destemmed and then pressed lightly. The must is poured into stainless steel tanks in which alcoholic fermentation is started. The must stays on the skin long soak.
PAIRING: Goes well with game dishes, red meats and lightly seasoned cheeses.
RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 16-18 ° C.
ALCOHOL: 12.5 °