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Adobe Merlot Emiliana - Buon Vino Organic Wine
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Adobe Reserva Rapel Valley Merlot Emiliana

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One Line Description Adobe Merlot, medium bodied fruity wine, Rapel Valley, Chile, Organic wine.
Production Method Organic
Country Chile Chilean
Producer Emiliana
Vintage 2017
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend 100% Merlot
Alcohol 13.5% abv
Maturation Malolactic fermentation takes place naturally in stainless steel tanks and part of the wine was aged in barrels for 6 months
Ageing Potential Up to 5 years from the vintage
Natural Features Vegan
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Adobe Merlot, medium bodied fruity wine, Rapel Valley, Chile, Organic wine. Bright ruby-red in colour, with red fruits aromas, especially berries, elegantly combined with black pepper notes. On the palate, it presents a delicate wood influence that contributes with great complexity, good structure and rounded tannins. It has a soft texture and a fruity finish.

Emiliana is one of the world’s biggest producers of organic and biodynamic wines and the largest in South America. They have a whopping 997 hectares under vine in the valleys of Casablanca, Maipo, Colchagua and Cachapoal of which 923ha are IMO certified organic and the remaining 77 in conversion. Their biodynamic vineyard and winery at Los Robles is a model that attracts visiting viticulturists and winemakers from all over the world. General Manager José Guilisasti and wine making consultant Alvaro Espinoza were key to establishing this project to convert a large commercial winery into a commercially viable organic one. Although huge, Emiliana manage to make wine following many of the principles that a small natural grower would hold dear. The resulting style of wine is international and fruit driven but none the less excellent examples of that style.

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