Peculiarities of vinification. The wine is crafted from Cimlansky Black, a rare indigenous grape of the Don Valley origin, grown at Fanagoria vineyards in the Taman peninsula.
Sensory characteristics. Flavour: intense, with notes of sour cherries, sloes, prunes, bitter chocolate and nuances of torrid grass. Taste: fresh and velvety, with notes of dark berries and plumes, and spicy nuances. Finish: chocolate and berries.
Food pairing: this wine would be a nice pair to red meat and game, especially shashlik, sausages and grilled meat.
To be served at 14-16 °С.
Tsimlansky Black: A Story of Variety's Features, History from Tsimla to Fanagoria.
Recipe: turkey rolls with ham and sour cherry, with red dry wine NR Cimlansky Black.