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Cavernet Sauvignon

Posted on August 23, 2013 in News

There are wines that are a huge hit due to large marketing campaigns and that can have a great quality. Against these types of wine produced by the large wineries, there are those who produce small growers, rather than enhance the qualities of their wines through marketing offering another series of advantages such as the type of preparation, professionalism and caring for the grapes and the respect for the environment. This is the case of this Aragonese wine, the Quinta Mazuela of D.O. Carinena manufactured by a small producer, Silvia take. Silvia came to the world of wine for about 10 years and decides license in enology in France, where he works in several small wineries and acquiring the knowledge and the experience necessary to start their own project. In their vineyards this woman works and oversees the entire process of wine making. For Silvia most importantly when it comes to making a good wine is to use extreme care in the choice of grapes that have to be of high quality, in another way, in the winery already derived errors cannot be fixed in make a bad choice.

Another pillar in the process of the elaboration of its wines is the respect for the environment, intervening only where necessary and always with organic treatments. The entire process of producing its wines is very careful and in the traditional manner. We can be found on sale in stores two of its wines, Quinta Mazuela 2005 (Tempranillo and Merlot with 8 months in barrels) and Quinta Mazuela 2007 (Syrah, Cavernet Sauvignon and Merlot with 10 months in barrels). High quality wines and Aragonese which can be purchased online at food from the lands of Aragon photography: Flickr: Mr.

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