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Quantum Red Blend 2015

Beringer

Quantum Red Blend 2015

Beringer

Quantum Red Blend 2015

Special Treat
RRP (750 mL)
$90.00
750 mL
$63.00
6 x 750 mL
$378.00

Overview

Overview

Quantum is the smallest unit of energy achievable in science. Each tiny particle holds unique potential to contribute to a larger being. When these units combine, each quantum adds its specific essence, resulting in a system of great expression and complexity. Beringer recognizes that each grape varietal offers unique flavor and structure, and that each vineyard and block of vines contributes yet another expression of those varietals. Beringer farms a unique collection of remarkable vineyard sites in Napa Valley. The Quantum blend highlights the individual personalities of each varietal, creating a wine with balance, structure and exceptional flavor.

Varietal Red Wine
Vintage 2015
Country United States
Region Napa Valley
Volume 750 mL
Enclosure Cork
Alc/Vol 15%

Taste Description

Taste Description

Nose

Aromas of black fruits and preserves are accented by notes of herb, oak spice and dried fruits.

Flavours and Palate

Rich and expressive, round and full in the mouth with evident tannins that will lead to continued development as the wine ages. Savory and chewy upon entry, enjoyable now but will show well for 10-15 years at minimum.

Food Pairing

Food Pairing

Beef
Chicken
Lamb
Duck
Pasta
Veg
Spicy Food

Awards and Accolades

Awards and Accolades

91 points James Suckling

James Suckling

“A juicy and rich red with plum and berry character. Some spice and pepper undertones. Full-bodied, round and delicious. Slightly old-school but enjoyable. A little hot at the finish. Drink now.”

Viticulture

Viticulture

The 2015 growing season was marked by pleasant weather with little pressure from heat spikes or unseasonable rain. A dry winter, common in recent years, was quickly followed by an equally dry spring, leading to an early bud break and fast start to the growing season. Warm weather continued throughout late spring and summer, allowing for the steady and sure development of flavors. The overall quality, complexity and balance in the vines produced exceptional fruit for winemakers. The impact of the continuing drought was evident in slightly lighter crop loads, but the reduction in size was offset by an increase in quality.