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Semisam

Merlot-cabernet sauvignon dry red wine

Variety:
Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon
Volume:
750 ml.
Alcohol:
14 % vol
Harvest:
2017

Origin: A blend of two European grape varieties - Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon - grown within the boundaries of the Kuban geographical area. The vineyards are located on the slopes of the Semisam Ridge in the Anapa region. The grapes are harvested after reaching full maturity and processed as soon as possible, immediately after harvest.

Color: Wine of rich cherry-red color with a ruby ​​tint.

Aroma: Intense, dominated by the tones of black garden berries, black currant, red fruits, juicy ripe cherry, ripe red plum.

Taste: Complex, with harmonious continuation of the tones of berries and red fruits, shades of juicy black cherry, red plum, ripe red cherry. The aftertaste is powerful, berryish, with notes of blueberries and cherries, and a spicy finish.

Serving: Best at 12-14 °C.

Sommelier recommendation: A rich and dense wine with a bright aroma and taste which is good on its own. Well accompanied by meat delicacies, hot snacks, grilled dishes. It will go well with hard cheeses.

Awards
ProdExpo - Silver
ProdExpo - Silver
Prodexpo is the largest international food and beverage exhibition in Russia and Eastern Europe. Our dry red wine Semisam — Merlot / Cabernet Franc was awarded with a Silver Medal.
DWWA - Silver
DWWA - Silver
Prestigious international competition Decanter World Wine Awards 2021 (DWWA), which was held in London (UK). During the 15 days of the Decanter World Wine Awards 2021 competition, the jury tasted 18,094 wines from 56 countries. The jury consisted of 170 experts, including 44 Master of Wine and 11 Master Sommelier. Our dry red wine Semisam Merlot-Cabernet-Sauvignon has been awarded a Silver Medal.

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