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Weingut Bock Borászat KFT.

Red wine 2004 Villány-Siklós dry Royal Cuvée, Südliches Transdanubien, Hungary

Type: Red wine
Quantity: 0.75 l
Alcohol content : 14.5%
Price: Up to 25.00 €
Bottle closue: Natural cork
Maturing: New and used barrique
Registration number : #BJ-L07043

Wine Review Report :

wein.plus rating: Excellent (90 WP)
Last reviewed: 26 December, 2014
Editor note: Translate to English Ziemlich fester Duft nach reifen schwarzen Johannisbeeren, Paprikaschoten und ein wenig getrockneten Tomaten mit zart rauchigen und holzigen Aromen, etwas Tabak und Dörrfleisch. Fest gewirkte, geschliffene, saftige Frucht im Mund, etwas kandiert-nussiges Holz und viel Bitterschokolade, feines, relativ präsentes Tannin, nachhaltig am Gaumen, getrocknet-vegetabile Aromen, wieder vor allem Paprika, nachhaltig, ziemlich kräftig, aber auch mit kühlenden Eöementen, ein hauch Eukalyptus im Hintergrund, sehr guter Abgang. Von uns in seiner Jugend ziemlich unterschätzt.
wein.plus rating: 86 WP
Last reviewed: 25 November, 2008
Editor note: Smoky oak on the nose, prominent bell peppers, roasted notes, dried herbs, hint of black berries in the background. Fairly cool on the palate, restrained fruit, smoky and roasted oak, bell peppers, fairly prominent, slightly dry tannins, dark chocolate in the background, fairly persistent, quite firmly structured, has some depth, black fruit, bell peppers and loads of oak on the finish with tart chocolate notes.

The wine-growing area is located in the south of Hungary close to the border with Croatia and is named after the town of the same name (until 1999 the area was called Villány-Siklós). The vineyards cover about 2,300 hectares. In a continental climate with Mediterranean influences with long, hot summers and cold winters, the vines grow on predominantly chalky and dolomite soils with loess and loam layers, which are also characterised by ferrous red clay components. Around the town of Villány, the red wine varieties Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Kékfrankos (Blaufränkisch),...

The red grape variety comes from France. There are about 60 synonyms; some alphabetically grouped by country are Kaberne Sovinjon, Kaberne Sovinyon, Lafit, Lafite(Bulgaria, Moldavia, Russia) Bidure, Bouchet, Bouchet Sauvignon, Breton, Cabernet Petit, Carbonet, Carbouet, Carmenet, Epicier Noir, Marchoupet, Navarre, Petit Bouchet, Petit Bouschet, Petit Cabernet, Petit Cavernet Sauvignon, Petite Vidure, Sauvignon, Sauvignonne, Vidure, Vidure Sauvignonne(France); Bordo(Romania); Bordeaux(Switzerland); Burdeos Tinto(Peru, Spain); Cab(USA).

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The red grape variety comes from France. Around 300 synonyms testify to its great age and worldwide distribution in almost all wine producing countries. Important or or historically important ones are for example Augustiner, Auvernas, Blauer Klevner, Blauer Spätburgunder, Frühschwarzer, Klävner, Klebroth, Klevner, Möhrchen, Moréote, Schwarzburgunder, Schwarzer, Schwarzer Burgunder, Schwarzer Traminer, Spätburgunder, Süßrot, Thalroter(Germany); Auvernat, Auvernas, Auvergnat, Berligout, Bourguignon, Clevner, Formentin Noir, Morillon Noir, Mourillon, Noble Joué, Noirien Franc, Noirien Noir, Orléanais, Pignola, Pignolet, Pineau de...

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