Vina Norte Red Wine Breeding
- Brand: >Viña Norte
- Reference: 3779502348040508
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- 14.50 €
Brand: Viña Norte
Producer: Bodegas Insulares de Tenerife, s.a.
Volume bottle: 75 cl.
Grape Varieties: 90% Black and 10% Listán Negramoll. Alcohol: 14% vol.
Tasting Notes: Striking ruby red dress covered with maroon trim. Clean and bright. Very marked varietal aromas with notes of black fruit and shady forest on a mineral background. The palate is soft and well structured. Step tasty and balanced, with aromas reminiscent mouth nose with a lingering finish.
World Wine Contest in Brussels:
• Gold Medal in 2004.
• Gold Medal in 2006.
• Silver Medal in 2000, 2007, 2008 and 2011.
Ljubljana International Wine:
• Gold Medal in 2002, 2003 and 2004.
Spain International Competition Bacchus:
• Golden Bacchus in 2008.
• 1st Prize at the XIV and XX Contest.
• Bronze in Alhóndiga Contest XXIV.
• Special Distinction in 2003.
• Gold Medal in 2010 and 2011.
Serving temperature: 16 º C.
Pairing: Grilled red meats, roasts, game stews, sausages, cheeses ...
Wineries Bodegas Insulares de Tenerife, s.a. is formed by winegrowers of the Tacoronte-Acentejo, located north of the island of Tenerife, and from the 2005 harvest, the winery also by Regional Wines of Icod, further north of the island. This has grown from 170 members in 1992, the date of its constitution, to 803 winegrowers, of which 704 belong to the cellar and 99 Tacoronte the cellar Icod.
After rigorous controls ripening, the quality of grapes in the field and processes allow us to achieve a winery excellent wines that have achieved a great reputation both in the islands and abroad, having already obtained numerous national and international awards.
The work of Tenerife Island Winery, based in obtaining high-quality wines, the best known of the Canary Islands can be seen as the most positive impact is taking towards a larger number of wine growers, guaranteeing them prices of grapes profitable , Effectively supporting the maintenance of many economies relatives of the two Counties and ultimately being a factor, perhaps the most important of the Canary Islands, linking growers to the territory and therefore keeping hundreds of hectares of vineyards that, in turn, make our landscape to retain its beauty and charm.