Description of Indígena 2009
Indígena 2009 (Garnacha)
TASTING NOTES OF Indígena 2009:
- View: Bordeaux red, middle layer.
- Nose: Indian 2009 has an intense aroma of fruit, freshness and has surround nose, with hints of wild berries with subtle toasty memories.
- Mouth: The fruit is evidence, noting its elegance and softness.
Indian 2009 is a wine with an excellent value for money.
VINEYARD: It comes from a farm 616 meters.
PREPARATION: Fermentation at 20 °C in stainless steel vats for 4 weeks with 2-3 times per day.
AGEING: In new French oak barrels for five months.
PAIRING: A wine that invites you to try it over and over and combines perfectly with meats, fatty fish, blue fish and rice.
Pares Balta is a tiny, top end winery, founded in the 1930's in an area that has been producing wine since the 1700's. The family-owned winery produces Cavas, and still red and white wines. The vineyards are spread out over five premium estates, with a total of 176 hectares of low yielding vines. The vineyards enjoy a balmy microclimate and are located only a few miles form the Mediterranean Sea in the Penedes and Cava appellations. Pars Balt uses a multitude of grape varietals for their wines, from the traditional cava grapes of Macabeo, Xarel.lo, and Parellada; to Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon for velvety rich reds; and finally, to non-traditional Catalan grape varietals such as Chardonnay or even Gewurztraminer for oak aged whites. While not an "official" organic winery, they use many eco-friendly viticulture and winemaking practices such as allowing sheep to fertilize the vineyards naturally.More about the Winery
Reviews of Indígena 2009
Dark red colour . Dominating scent of red currant. Blueberry flavour.
Much better the quality than the price.