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Alvarez Nolting

Submitted by Dora on February 17, 2011 – 01:342,961 views , One Tasting Note
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Alvarez Nolting

Wine name: Alvarez Nolting

Type: Red wine

Winery: Bodega Alvarez Nolting Valencia.

Used on event: The February Vino Valencia wine night @ Pálpito!

The aging last 18 months in new french oak barrels.

The varieties used for this wine are 50% Cabernet Sauvignon and 50% Tempranillo.

Vino Valencia Tasting Notes

Appearance: Intense cherry.
Nose: Red fruits with coffee aroma at the end.
Palate: Ripe fruit with a touch wild.
Pálpito food thoughts: Montadito with “lomo iberico” roasted with thyme and chopped dried tomatoes.

One Tasting Note »

  • riki.wigley says:

    Appearance: Intense deep cherry with ruby edge. Long legs.
    Nose: Minerally and red fruit nose with coffee and tobacco leaf as it opens out.
    Palate: In the mouth full, meaty, mature fruits of the forest with smooth tannins which reflect the 18 months in new French oak. A very goos wine and very popular on the night.

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