Red Wine Ses Nines Negre 2017

Red wine from Majorca made from a blend of 5 varieties aged for 6 months in French oak.

Barrel. 6 Months in French oak barrels
Percentage of Alcohol: 13.5º
Bottle size: 75 cl
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€10.60
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An interesting Spanish red wine from the enchanting island of Mallorca, Ses Nines Negre is made from a blend of both native and international varieties. Namely, 43% Manto Negro, 28% Merlot, 14% Syrah, 11% Callet and 4% Cabernet Sauvignon.

Produced by Celler Tianna Negre following high winemaking standards, the grapes were macerated for 5 days, and then fermented in stainless steel tanks with daily pump-overs.

After that, this red wine from Mallorca was blended and transferred into French oak barrels and aged for 6 months.

Properly stored, Ses Nines Negre 2017, from Binissalem Mallorca, will improve in the bottle for a period of 3-4 years.

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Appearance

The wine Ses Nines Negre has a very bright, clean, medium-high cherry-coloured robe with a violet rim.

Nose

Explosive aromas of blackberries, plums and blueberries, punctuated by mild toasted notes. On the background, this wine from Binissalem suggests some notions of aromatic herbs, laurel, pepper and chinese ink.

Palate

Pleasant and meaty, this red wine by Tianna Negre has a velvety body and a smooth passage through the palate. Very good acidity, ripe tannins and medium, fruity finish.

Our personal opinion

Well-crafted and pleasant, Ses Nines Negre 2017 is an utterly Mediterranean red wine from Majorca.

OTHER VINTAGES

Ses Nines Negre 2014:

Blend defined by Manto Negro and Cabernet Sauvignon. Enterwine 90.

Year 2017
Type Red
D.O. Binissalem Mallorca
Bottle size 75 cl
Serving tempurature 13-15ºC
Should this wine be decanted? 10 minutes before serving
Ageing Barrel
Type of ageing Months in French oak barrels
Number of months aged in Barrels 6
Enterwine's Score 89
Media rating 89
Percentage of variety Manto Negro 43%, Merlot 28%, Syrah 14%, Callet 11%, Cabernet Sauvignon 4%.
Pairings Aperitif, Cold meats, Grilled lamb, Grilled red meats, Grilled vegitables, Majorcan cuisine, Poultry, Rice with meat, Roasted foods, Roasted red meats, Roasted turkey, Steak Tartare, Stews, Stuffed Chicken
Taste Fruity and Fresh, Light, easy to drink, Tasty with barrel notes
Occasion Barbecue, Business dinner, Dinner with friends, Family reunion, Reunion with colleagues
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Interesting. Majorcan wines aren gaining momentum.
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