Chilean Carménère - RJS En Primeur Winery Series

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Chilean Carménère - RJS En Primeur Winery Series

SKU 41602

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$149.98

-17%

Product Details

This opulent and rich Chilean Carménère boasts luscious flavors of red cherries and berries, hints of spice, and leather, enhanced with robust tannins. It includes 250 g of Genuwine Wet Grape Skins, which will add deep hues, enhanced bouquet, and a lingering finish to delightful red wine.

Full-bodied, this wine will tempt you with cherries and strawberries on the nose followed through with dates and chocolate on the palate. Fermented on GenuWine Winery Grape Skins and toasted oak, this wine can be consumed relatively young, although will benefit with age.

En Primeur Winery Series showcases the expertise and commitment to carry on the age-old winemaking traditions as practiced in the finest grape-growing areas of the world.

Includes 30 Bottle Labels

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Additional Information

SKU

41602

Wine Color Red
Includes Grape Skins Yes
Yield 6 Gallons

Customer Reviews

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Chris V.
Chilean Carmenere RJS En Primeur

Primary fermentation went super fast. Haven't bottled it yet. Service from Midwest is great as always.

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Fred D.
Great wine kit

Received the kit quickly, everything was packaged very well, no issues. All items were well marked and directions were simple to follow. Kit came with oak chips, I’m not a fan of the chips, going to add oak spiral after 2nd racking. Loved the included the wet grape skins and mesh bag to put them in!

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Dennis S.

Am in the final stages of fining the wine. Should be ready to bottle/keg in 4 more weeks. Samples tasted so far when transferring between fermenters have been very good. Plan on leaving the wine in a keg with a nitrogen/CO2 mix for head space and dispense by glass or to a bottle when needed.

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Gary
Wine making

I have been very pleased with the sales and service of Midwest.