WineSur » Callia » Callia magna syrah 2007
Sight: Deep red wine with purple and blackish tints, very intense color.
Nose: Aromas reminiscent of spices, with licorice, vanilla and coconut nuances.
Mouth: It has a velvety mouth-feel, with gentle and rounded tannins of great volume, and strong presence of spices contributed by oak aging and fruits like plums and figs, contributed by grapes. A wine with adequate structure for bottle aging.
Name: Valle de Tulum
Region: San Juan Valleys (San Juan)
Altitude: 630 meters asl
Soil: Alluvial soils, with low organic content
Age: 18 years
Vintage: Hand-harvested grapes carried in 18-kg trays
Yield: 4.30 tons/acre
Vat: Stainless steel tanks
Alcoholic fermentation: Selected yeasts
Malolactic fermentation: Natural malolactic fermentaion
Maceration: Traditional maceration
Winery aging: 3 months
Oak aging: 8 months
Bottle aging: 3 months
Total acidity: 6.22 g/l
Volatile acidity: 0.38 g/l
Reducing sugar: 2.62 g/l
Extract: 30.07 g/l
Free sulfur dioxide: 95 mg/l
Total sulfur dioxide: 35 mg/l
Service temperature: 63°F
Pairings: Hard cheese, red meat, veil and spicy sauce
Home aging: 5 years
This Shiraz is typical of San Juan province. It is a dark red wine, with violet hues, spicy and balanced aromas. It displays licorice, vanilla and coconut notes. Its velvet-like mouthfeel has unctuous, with smooth and round tannins. This is one of the winery’s Premium wines.