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Characteristics of El Sequé
Monastrell By El Sequé is a red wine from the domination of Origin Alicante produces by Bodegas and Viñedos El Sequé. This winery belongs to the group of wineries of Artadi, an important viticulture group in la Rioja.
Bodegas y Viñedos El Sequé is located in the Paraje el Sequé, a town in Pinoso (Alicante).
Monastrell By El Sequé is produced from the varietal of grape indigenous to the region, Monastrell (90%) and a small percentage of the varietal syrah (10%).
The grape originates in vineyards at heights of 650 meters above sea level, the land is sandy with clay undersoils. These vineyards have an average output of about 2500-3000kg per hectare.
For the production of Monastrell By El Sequé, traditional wine making methods are implemented. After the process of fermentation and maceration, this red wine rests in large 500-litre casks for four months.
Serve at 16ºC
We recommend decanting before consumption
Cold meat, Grilled red meats, Rice with meat, Grilled lamb, Beef
SightBeautiful red cherry colour, medium to full body. Clean and brightNoseMedium-strong intensity. Aromas of mature red fruits (strawberries, raspberries) with an abundance of spiced and toasted tones.TasteOn the palate, it is strong. The next stage is flavoursome with a sensation of red and black fruit and a fine hint of vanilla. Acidity is well balanced and a tantalising taste. The end is long and pleasant.
SightBright cherry red with purple trim.NoseFruit has much prominence. Strawberry, raspberry, plum and blackberry with light memories of vanilla, cocoa, liquorice and pleasant toasted notes.TasteThe palate is very tasty, ample. Black and red fruit with vanilla. Juicy tannins. The aftertaste is long and persistent.
SightDeep cherry red color with purple.NoseA complex wine, fresh and clean, with pronounced aromas of warm black fruits, balsamic notes, and understory herbs.TasteWine very tasty, full and with sweet tannins. Marked fruity balsamic notes.
There is no doubt that the Monastrell grape variety has become a fashionable grape variety. This region is home to over half a dozen cooperatives, which have been at the forefront of a wine revolution, making wines that are respectful to the local culture the area, cultivating vines with care, selecting only the best fruit and producing wines that faithfully express character of the terroir. These wines are easy to identify, due to the fact the estate or vineyard from which they came from is usually printed on their label. Also, their authenticity and quality can be guaranteed by the DO Alicante, which not only certifies the farms, but also everything posted on the wines labeling.
The winery Bodegas y Viñedos El Sequé has vineyards that are owned by their members. Located in Alicante vines grown in traditional ways combined with new wine growing techniques. Highlighting the park that have barrels, producing wines in bulk and bottled. Technical expertise and good performance combine to offer some delicious Mediterranean style wines.
https://www.decantalo.com/en/monastrell-el-seque.html18219Monastrell By El Sequé 2015https://www.decantalo.com/90520-large_default/monastrell-el-seque.jpg10.2010.20USDInStock/Decántalo/Wine/Decántalo/Wine/Red wine/Decántalo/Wine/Red wine/Monastrell<b>El Sequé</b> es un vino de Laderas de Pinoso, bodega que nace de la unión de <b>Bodegas Agapito Rico</b> y <b>Bodegas Artadi</b> con el objetivo de elaborar vinos partiendo de la variedad tradicional en la zona: la Monastrell. El resultado es la producción de unos vinos de gran calidad en estas tierras de gran potencial y tradición vitivinícola. La bodega está situada en el Sequé (Alicante), a una altitud de 650 m., con cepas casi centenarias de Monastrell (80%) y viñedos de Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah y Tempranillo. <br />Este<a href="../../../es/vinos_c45/tinto_c11" title="vino tinto"> vino tinto</a> de crianza ha envejecido durante 12 meses en barricas nuevas de roble francés. Se recomienda consumir ahora o conservar hasta 2020.Alicante2016-12-09