Sena Chadwick Aconcagua Valley 2014

Vina Sena

Sena Chadwick Aconcagua Valley
2014

227,75$

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Code produit
13333891
Conditionnement
6 x 750ml
Type d'approvisionnement
SAQ Spécialité par lot
Statut
Non disponible
Type de produit
Vin Tranquille
Pays
Chili
Désignation réglementée
Denominación de origen (DO)
Région
Aconcagua
Sous-région
Valle del Aconcagua, Panquehue
Cépage(s)
Cabenet Sauvignon 60 %
Carmenère 16 %
Malbec 11 %
Merlot 8 %
Petit Verdot 5 %
Couleur
Rouge
Sucre
Sec
Fermeture
Liège
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Information sur le domaine

Sena, est un signal du monde et l’aboutissement d’une vision partagée par deux familles de vins traditionnels qui ont uni leurs rêves et leurs efforts pour donner naissance au premier vin Icone du Chili. En 1995, le leader de l’industrie vinicole de Napa Valley, Robert Mondavi et Eduardo Chadwick, de Vina Errazuriz ont débuté la première alliance stratégique de l’industrie vinicole chilienne pour créer un vin unique qui capterait l’essence du raisin et l’esprit de la terre....

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Notes sur le produit

Propriété appartenant à M. Eduardo Chadwick. Sélection des raisins provenant des meilleurs vignobles de l’Aconcagua Valley. Le climat de la région peut facilement devenir très chaud en après-midi avec des vents frais provenant de la côte et qui apporte des nuits fraîches. Ces écarts de température somme une longue saison de maturation et apporte une grande complexité de saveurs aux raisins. Toutes les parcelles sont à une altitude variant de 290 à 500 mètres.

Vinification

Les raisins ont été vendangés à la main à leur maturité et ont été pressés avec délicatesse. La fermentation, en cuves thermo-régulées, à une température de 24° à 28° Celsius avec remontages quotidiens, et une partie du moût ( 6% ) a été fermenté en barriques d’un an. Après une macération de 14 à 27 jours, le vin est transvasé en futailles françaises à 75% neuves, pour compléter la fermentation malolactique. Le vin séjourne ensuite en fûts pour une période de 22 mois avant embouteillage et affinement complémentaire de 12 mois en bouteilles.

Notes de dégustation

Robe pourpre soutenue, le nez complexe de fruits mûrs tels; cassis, prune, cerise noire, avec des effluves de cannelle, de vanille et d’épices fines. La bouche est complexe et d’une grande amplitude sur des saveurs fruitées mûres, de cèdre et d’un boisé fin. Les tanins sont fermes mais aussi sphériques et en parfaite harmonie avec la richesse du vin en bouche. Une grande intensité des saveurs en finale. Grand vin du Chili.

Revues de presse

James Suckling

- 97 points -

James Suckling, Mai 2016

Complex aromas of blueberry, rose petal, licorice, and currant. Full body, ultra fine tannins and a fresh and clean finish. Balanced and very refined. A wonderful purity and beauty. Give it three to four years to come together but already a beauty.

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Wine Advocate

- 95 points -

Luis Gutiérrez, Avril 28

The different grapes are carefully fermented separately and with different regimes of maceration and extraction but always looking for elegance within the natural power of the zone. The final blend was transferred to French oak barrels, 67% of them new (a percentage that seems to be slowly going down), for the élevage of 22 months. This time, some 5% of the volume carried out its aging in new Stockinger foudres. (...)

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Decanter

Man of the Year

Peter Richards, Mars 2018

Eduardo Chadwick named Decanter Man of the Year 2018

It was the final ascent. The peak of Ojos del Salado, the highest active volcano in the world, was within touching distance. But then disaster struck: Eduardo Chadwick, precarious on the ladder, suddenly got cramp. ‘My biggest worry,’ he recounts, smiling broadly, ‘was that the bottle of Seña I had with me to unveil at the summit was in my breast pocket – so if I fell, there was a very real chance it would be driven through my heart.’

The story reveals much about Chadwick. There’s the driven, ambitious, relentless, single-minded, talented mountaineer in him. Also the savvy marketeer and businessman: teller of stories, creator of positive opportunities, irrepressible. Finally, there’s the man: courteous, with a ready smile, a healthy sense of humour and humanity, aware of his frailties yet resolute not to let them limit or define him. ‘It’s a question of persistence,’ he says, softly. ‘I’m a survivor.’

Eduardo Chadwick is a man on a mission. His self-appointed task? To prove that Chile produces fine wines to rival the best in the world – and has the potential for more to come. Nowhere was this captured better than at what has become known as the Berlin Tasting of 2004, when Chadwick (‘scared to death’) pitted his top Cabernets against the global elite (Lafite, Latour, Margaux, Solaia) in a blind tasting with trade professionals chaired by Steven Spurrier, who had himself upset the established wine world order at his famous Judgement of Paris tasting in 1976, when Californian wines usurped French classics.

World class

Famously, in Berlin Chadwick’s wines prevailed, rated in the two top spots. He went on to repeat the exercise 21 times, reaching 1,400 wine professionals in 17 countries, and achieving an admirable consistency of results for his wines. This was followed by a series of 10 further blind tastings, dubbed the ‘Seña verticals’, focusing on ageing potential by assessing past rather than current vintages. The results delivered a similarly consistent vindication of Chadwick’s message, with a Seña wine ranked top on every occasion.

‘We never expected these results, nor their consistency,’ admits Chadwick. ‘The Berlin Tasting was born of frustration that Chile wasn’t getting the critical attention or ratings it deserved. It was about justice. But we gained confidence from this and saw it finally converting into critical recognition, for us and for Chile.’

This is a crucial point. The Berlin and Seña tastings did not just raise the profile of Chadwick’s own wines (his main brand is Errazuriz but Seña, Viñedo Chadwick and Don Maximiano are his top Cabernets). They have also, by extension, provided validation for Chile as a whole. When I asked Chadwick what this Decanter award meant to him, he said: ‘More than for us, this award is for Chile. It’s recognition that Chile has entered the realms of fine wine. Previous recipients – Mondavi, Antinori, Torres – have helped prove their countries are part of this world-class family of wine terroirs. That’s what I have been trying to do.’

Change of direction

It could have played out very differently. Chadwick initially trained as an engineer and, after university, was working in Saudi Arabia – the world of wine a distant reality. But the critical juncture in Chadwick’s life came in 1983 when his father Alfonso, a talented polo player whose business interests included wine-growing, seized an opportunity to buy back what had once been the family winery, Viña Errázuriz. (The family had lost control of the estate in the mid-20th century and the country’s attempts at land reform had left it effectively ruined.)

On accepting his father’s invitation to revive Viña Errázuriz, Chadwick set about re-establishing what had once been a proud brand begun by his ancestor Maximiano Errázuriz in 1870. ‘I’d done odd jobs in my father’s vineyards,’ he remembers, ‘so I had a little knowledge, but not much. At that time, there was no culture of fine wine in Chile; it was all very basic.’ What was needed was investment and ambition – both personal and financial. Aided by the family’s wider business interests in malting, brewing, soft drinks and distribution – responsibilities he continues juggling to this day – Chadwick took to the task with gusto.

As well as renewing winemaking equipment and expanding the vineyards, Chadwick took time to visit Bordeaux and Burgundy, meeting the likes of Emile Peynaud, Denis Dubourdieu and Paul Pontallier along the way. On return, he began laying the foundations necessary for fine wine at Errázuriz: re-launching Don Maximiano as ‘an icon red for the modern era’, planting his father’s polo field in Puente Alto to become Viñedo Chadwick, and establishing Hatch Mansfield agencies in the UK.



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