In vinosofos.co.uk you can enjoy a great experience with wine, you will learn on our blog wine, with post related to the history of wine and wine news today, with wine tasting and of course you can buy wine in our large and...
In vinosofos.co.uk you can enjoy a great experience with wine, you will learn on our blog wine, with post related to the history of wine and wine news today, with wine tasting and of course you can buy wine in our large and varied catalog. In our online wine shop you will find wines from all kinds of varidades, origin, breeding, in different vintages and bottles of different sizes. We have selected wines from wineries around the world, some of historical and ancient cellars, other new wineries awarded by critics and sommeliers, winegrowers and winemakers of prestige and other recently incorporated into the wine market, but with a promising future.
When you open a bottle of wine, we recommend decanting vinosofos Crianza wines. Leave upright one night before so the sediment settles to the bottom of the bottle. You know how long before you decant the wine? We recommend opening a bottle of wine an hour earlier for every 10 years. If you do not want to use clarifier, and prefer to leave the bottle on the table, you can use a wine aerator (as do most sommeliers). This trick works well in red wines from Malbec wines from Argentina and the famous wines of Bordeaux, Rioja wines classics, through the excellent wines of Ribera del Duero, and above all Toro wines and wine priorat, and even Caymus California. Old wines often have long corks for wine last longer. So it is best to use a handy corkscrew. If you use any corkscrew you can run any risk of it breaking and falling pieces inside the bottle. Old cork stoppers are very delicate and break easily; it is important to ensure that your corkscrew is fully inserted into the cork and remove it carefully. Open the bottle with light, to be able to see the dark line of sediment sediment from the nozzle of the bottle and stop pouring before it is transferred into the decanter. If you find that the bottle has posos can colarlo. Wine sediments are mainly potassium bitartrate (also known as cream Tarter) and grape skins. They are easy to remove by filtering the wine with a tea strainer, especially if you do not have time to use the method of light. If the wine is old, to filter it also delete the remains of cork, which surely fall to open the bottle.
Pour about 30 ml in a glass. It serves wine and tour several times the cup, giving a slight shake for about 5 seconds. Wait until the bubbles disappear, about the nose on the edge of the wine glass and inhale the aromas given off. If you see too tannic wine Do not worry! Most likely it is that the wine will improve in about 30 minutes, let oxygenate before drinking; eddy
Appellation: D.O.Ca. RiojaGrape: TempranilloAlcohol: 14.5%Winery: LANVolume: 75cl.
Appellation: D.O.Ca. Rioja Grape: Tempranillo, Cariñena Alcohol: 12.5% Winery: La Rioja Alta Volume: 75cl.
Appellation: D.O. SomontanoGrape: Cabernet S., Garnacha,Merlot,TempranilloAlcohol: 13.5%Winery: Viñas del VeroVolume: 75cl.
Appellation: D.O.Ca. RiojaGrape: TempranilloAlcohol: 13.10%Winery: ValloberaVolume: 75cl.
Appellation: D.O.Q. PrioratGrape: Cariñena, Cabernet Sauvignon, GarnachaAlcohol: 15.6%Winery: VALL LLACHVolume: 75cl.
Appellation: D.O.Ca. RiojaGrape: Tempranillo, Graciano, GarnachaAlcohol: 14%Winery: RODAVolume: 75cl.
Appellation: D.O.Ca. RiojaGrape: Tempranillo, ViuraAlcohol: 13.5%Winery: LuberriVolume: 75cl.
Appellation: D.O.Ca. RiojaGrape: TempranilloAlcohol: 13.10%Winery: Javier San PedroVolume: 75cl.
Appellation: D.O.Ca. Rioja Grape: Tempranillo, Garnacha Alcohol: 13.6% Winery: La Rioja Alta Volume: 75cl.
Appellation: D.O. Ribera del DueroGrape: TempranilloAlcohol: 14.8%Winery: DOMINIO DE ATAUTAVolume: 75cl.
Appellation: D.O. Ribera del DueroGrape: TempranilloAlcohol: 13.5%Winery: Tinto PesqueraVolume: 75cl.
Appellation: D.O.Ca RiojaGrape: TempranilloAlcohol: 13%Winery: Luis CañasVolume: 75cl.