Casa Lapostolle Alexandre Carmenere

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Color: Intense purple red

Nose: Complex, with red and black fruit such as maqui berry and spices such as red pepper, vanilla and dill.

Palate: Wide, of medium acidity and round tannins with fruit such as sarsaparilla and maqui berry. Medium long finish.

Pairing: Ideal for dishes such as rabbit roulade with mint and apricot or four-cheese pasta with truffles with grated truffles.

ABV: 14.5%

Residual Sugar: 2.38 g/L

Certified Organic Practices: Biodynamic-Demeter

At Lapostolle, the goal is as simple as it is ambitious: to create world-class wines using French winemaking philosophy and the superb terroirs of Chile. The founders chose Apalta in the Colchagua Valley, because weather and geographical conditions are perfect for producing high quality red wines. Today, the winery is in transition from a biodynamic regime to a more expansive sustainability protocol defined under the Wines of Chile certification standards, expected to be complete in 2022.

Lapostolle was founded in 1994 by Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle and husband Cyril de Bournet upon their discovery of a unique Clos in the Apalta Valley sheltering 100 year-old pre-phylloxera vines. They quickly realized its potential for producing world-class wines.
The Marnier-Lapostolle family has been recognized for fine wines and liqueurs since the early 19th century. In establishing her family’s legacy in the New World, Alexandra brought generations of French winemaking tradition and expertise to the rugged landscape of the Colchagua Valley.
Today Charles de Bournet, seventh generation, leads the winery in its newest chapter of innovation, punctuated by the official recognition of the Apalta DO in 2018. Together with Andrea León, Technical Director & Winemaker, they continue to craft wines that honor the winery credo: French in essence, Chilean by birth.

 

Size:
750ml
Country:
Chile
Varietal:
Carmenere
Appellation:
Apalta