Tomás Cusiné is the maker of this Vilosell , a red wine from the region of Costers del Segre that is made with syrah, tempranillo and garnacha. The Vilosell is the ideal red to combine with jamon iberico and semi-cured cheese.
“Red wine from Costers del Segre (Spain) produced by the winery Tomàs Cusiné with grapes Tempranillo, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Garnacha. His ideal pairing would be with roasts, vegetables, cured cheeses and game birds and ground. It can be drunk in perfect condition from now until 2022. The temperature should be between 12ºC and 16ºC preferably in a glass of Tempranillo type.”
“- Red wine Tomàs Cusiné Vilosell comes from the winery Tomàs Cusiné designation of origin Costers del Segre.
- Its development is achieved from Tempranillo and Syrah grapes, harvested over 600 meters.
- Smoked with spicy aromas of black and blue fruit, black pepper chocolate hue.
- It's an appealingly sweet wine, offers a taste of blackberries and currants with a hint of mocha.
- Final persistent and large amplitude in the mouth.
- This elegant, complex and deep wine combines perfectly with roasts, stews, meats and snails.”
- View: cherry well covered.
Broad nose, ripe black fruit, aniseed, snuff and toasted wood complete the buquet.
Balanced on the palate, intense and volume.
soft tannins and good acidity.
Long finish with soft aftertaste of coffee.”
“Bodegas Tomas Cusine Vilosell Spain Catalunya 2011 Red 75Cl Bottle; Dark red cherry in colour. This modern Spanish wine has a wide aromatic spectrum with tones of red fruits raspberries blueberries spices like white pepper clove cocoa and aromas of noble wood. Intense and structured in the mouth with smooth mineral slate tones liquorice ink and sweet round tannins. A long and persistent wine with refined oak at the beginning before a final sweet fruit explosion.”
“Wine of cherry color intense cherry. Singular nose with wide aromatic spectrum, with tones of ripe forest fruits, blueberry jam, menthol and fresh herbs. Well integrated wood. On the palate is full, fresh, friendly, long, with soft tannins and sweet, with a medium body that makes it nice and easy to understand.”
“Red intense cherry colour and very high layer. The smell of this Vilosell somehow reminds me of menthol candy. A very dense red.
We had it with snacks.
I bought the Tomás Cusiné wine online.
One of the more powerful wines of Costers del Segre.
“The best company for Vilosell Negre is a good conversation.
Intense ruby red, high layer. Sweet smell of caramel. I found it quite light.
Costers del Segre is a good wine area to drink with food.
I bought Vilosell Negre at Uvinum.
“Tomas Cusine Vilosell is bursting with red fruits, a bit of spice and some cedar wood. It is an intense, full-bodied wine.In Spain s Costers del Segre, Tomas Cusine has worked for years with his family s iconic estate Castell del Remei, before setting up his own winery in 2002.”