Planetes de Nin 2017

33,49 

Includes 19% MwSt.
(44,65  / 1000 ml)
Delivery Time: approx. 3-4 workdays
Planetes de Nin 2017

33,49 

SKU: 9930002850 Regionen: , Weingut:

Update 25.05.2021

Tasting note from Oct 24, 2019, copyright Peter Mueller and Vinaturel:

Color:

The wine shows a rich ruby red with garnet rim and violet core clear and shiny in the glass.

Nose:

Dark yet beguiling, the fragrance of this cuvée of Grenache Noir and Carignan Noir seduces with the quality of a starry night.
Pickled black cherries, blackberries and plums bathe in a spice decoction of black pepper, clove and liquorice. Delicate smoky and peaty aromas give the dark fruit the necessary traction and give the extremely straightforward and clear fragrance all the more depth.

Palate:

On the palate, the 2017 Planetes de Nin from the eponymous vineyard of the Nin-Ortiz family is powerful and punchy, but knows exactly how to use its strength. It takes over the palate with dark berry vigour and dresses it up with silky tannin to a ruby red velvet garnish. With restrained acidity and firm body, it conveys warmth and even a bit of security.
"Les Planetes" - a beautiful spot on earth; superbly conveyed.

Food recommendations by Peter Müller:

  • Gratin of purple potatoes with Roquefort, braised red onions and fig (vegetarian)
    (Pasta, Pizza, Polenta & Risotto, Vegetables & Vegetarian, Fruit & Nuts, Casserole, Soufflé, Quiche)
  • Lamb ragout with grilled tomatoes, leeks and buckwheat risotto
    (Meat, lamb, milk kid, Pasta, Pizza, Polenta & Risotto, Vegetables & Vegetarian, risotto)
  • Pulled pork on crispy rye bread with rocket and paprika cream cheese
    (Meat, pork, cheese, Vegetables & Vegetarian)

winery
Type

Vintage

Variety

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Content

Alcohol content

14,5% Vol.

Residual sweetness

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Allergens

Contains sulfur

Acid

5,2 g/l

Drinking temperature

18°

Parker points

95

Manufacturer

Familia Nin Ortiz, Polígon 6 Parcel-la 288, 43730 Falset-Tarragona / Spain

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