Tuesday, May 31, 12pm – Jattö, 223 NW 23rd St, Miami Wynwood Arts District
TerraNoble is a family-owned winery in Chile, led by entrepreneur Wolf von Appen since 2006. TerraNoble makes premium wines from vineyards TerraNoble is a family-owned winery in Chile, led by entrepreneur Wolf von Appen since 2006. TerraNoble makes premium wines from vineyards spread among three valleys: the Casablanca, Colchagua and Maule Valleys, covering about 300 hectares.
Winemaker Marcelo Garcia focuses on making estate wines which have been developed to the needs of each variety, thus assuring TerreNoble wines express their “noble” origins. He says, “Our philosophy is that making the wines starts in the vineyard itself. We look after our noble land, working with it carefully, respecting the people we work with and trying to be loyal to our vineyards and the distinctive character of the varieties we work with.”
The paired tasting began with a delicious 100% Sauvignon Blanc, featuring fruity aromas and a touch of peach, paired with Sullivan St. bread and Colada Butter. It continued with tastings of TerraNoble Gran Reservas paired with Choclo in Better Sauce with Lime and Patatas Bravas with Chef AJ’s Brava Sauce, Egg Snow and Roasted Garlic Espuma. The delicious Reservas were Carmenere Gran Reserva 2018 — from the Maule Valley at the foot of the Andes, near the town of San Clemente, featuring notes of crisp black and red fruits, spices, and fresh mint; Cabernet Sauvignon Gran Reserva 2018 from the Colchagua Valley, with hints of juicy, red-berry fruits and cherries; and Carignan Gran Reserva 2018, from the Maule Valley, with sour cherries, flower, and mineral notes.
The tasting also featured a delicious Steak au Poivre and tastings of TerreNoble CA1 Andes 2018, with intense aromas of ripe, red fruit – a great expression of Carmenere grown in the foothills of the Andes. TerraNoble CA2 Costa 2018 is a Carmenere grown in vineyards located in the coastal mountain range of the Colchagua, elegant and fruity, with vibrant notes of black fruit.
The Tasting Dinner Ended with Amazonica Black Forest Oblea, made with “Filthy” Cherries, Raspberry Jam, and Whipped Cream layered between Amazonica “Bite Me” Cookies.
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