Mondiale Fresco 23L (Refrigerated Juice)

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The Mondiale Fresco is 100% all natural juice sourced from Italy and California. Mondiale Fresco marks the beginning of a new wine making season based on traditional practices that have crafted wines of significant character. Seasonal pricing. Contact us at 613-632-2273 or by E-mail brewexperts@aol.com. Not a deliverable product. Pick up only!

 

Varieties:


Alicante: A big, full bodied Denominacion d’Origen (DO) wine from the southeast of Spain. This varietal is also cultivated in the Midi of France, North Africa and California. On a stand-alone basis, the organoleptic qualities of this Californian grape are not spectactular, but it is mainly used to increase the intensity of colour and body in other grape varieties.


Barbera: Native of Northern Italy, it is cultivated today in the San Joaquin Valley in California. Recognized for its intensity of colour and good structured of tannin and acid, it presents nuances of goooseberries and a smoky peppery bouquet and is often added to a blend to liven it up. It is also known Bonarda in South America.


Barolo: The wine of Kings, the King of wines. This wine evokes legend and fascination with its brilliant garnet-red and flashes of ruby colour.The bouquet is both pleasing and intense with its aromatic note of violets and oregano. Smooth in the mouth with crisp acidity, its firm but well integrated tannins give good length on the palate. It is a wine that excudes glory, nobility and power, characteristics that all other wines dream to have. 


Bourg Royal Rouge: Presented in a glass with a ruby red colour with slight violet reflections, its light cherry aroma along with a hint of underbrush excites your senses. It will provide a fresh attack matched with structure and staying power. It truly is a nice, well rounded wine suited for many occasions.


Cabernet Sauvignon: Considered a flagship variety of wine, it holds deep garnet with slight violet undertones. It presents a fresh cherry bouquet rounded off with peppery highlights and delicate spices. You’ll notice and initial attach with a lot of body and hearty tannins, but this well-balanced wine holds true to its character as a delightful wine that can be enjoyed under any condition.


Carrignane: Originating from Spain, it is also cultivated in Italy, Algeria, California and the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France. Its high tannins, alcohol, and deep purple colour produce a spicy and fruity wine. It is often used in conjunction with softer grapes and to increase the colour intensity of a blend.


Castel del Papa: Is it noble or snobbish? The truth: It doesn’t matter! This wine exudes admiration. Highlighted by its ruby colour with flashes of ripe black raspberry purple, you will surely be charmed by its ripe fruit, lavender and spice aromas. Moreover, its medium level of alcohol that arguments its distinguished fullness of flavour on the palate.


Chianti: The true Italian “A-List” celebrity among wine varieties. Its reputation goes back several centuries; although the days of round, straw-covered flasks are over. Chianti is a blend that is dominated bby the Sangiovese grape. It has a young ruby colour trending to garnet and yields aromas of black cherries and chocolate with aromatic spices and wood. With good acidity and well-integrated tannins, the attack is firm and provides both richness and finesse in the mouth. It truly is a pleasing, aromatic wine. 


Grenache: Originating from Spain , it is also cultivated in France, North Africa, Austrailia and California. Although often used in blends with darker reds such as the carignane in France, the Grenache is a light wine with low tannins. In the Chateauneuf-du-Pape region it is the main variety, although as many as twelve other grape varieties can be used to make the wines of this unique appellation.


Lambrusco: This wine is ruby in colour with aromas of strawberries and cherries. It has a clean and smooth attack with great length and structure. It is a pleasant drinking red wine with exquisite red berry flavours that make this wine very enoyable and you will notice its strong finish paired with an attractive freshness. 

 

 

Merlot: This popular variety presents a subtle blackcurrant nose along with a floral touch and a hint of assorted peppers. Its mellow tannins and soft finish present a pleasant initial attack with remarkable staying power. You will notice it’s refreshingly well balanced appeal while being robust and adding a velvety texture.


Mission: The Franciscans planted Mission wines in California as they migrated north from Mexico. This varietal gives rose-style wine with a good alcohol level and medium body. Quite unpretencious, it is generally blended with other varieties. It is believed to be native American wine.


Montepulciano: This deep ruby robe with violet reflections provides a distinct aroma of raspberry with a hint of herbs. It is a full-bodied wine that holds a strong potential for ageing yet it is surprisingly pleasant and smooth when you drink it young. This wine is truly fruity and well structured leaving a wonderful impression for all connoisseurs. 


Nebbiolo: Originating in the Piedmont region in northeastern Italy, the Nebbiolo grape has a reputation like no other. It makes wines with characteristics that individually are not always considered desirable, but brings them together magically. To start with, its deeply coloured wines are higher in acidity, tannin and dry extract than any other grape. They are so tannic that ageing is usually done in large oak casks so as not to make the wine any more tannnic that it is naturally. The magic continues as nebbiolo wines age. The nose develops an aroma of tar and a floral touch of violets. On the palate, the acidity and tannins are ever present making this wine that really comes to its own with food.


Nero D’Avola: Native to Sicily, it has become one of the island’s best known red varietals. Nero D’Avola is capable of producing wines of great distinction with complexity, richness and texture that are capable of ageing for many years. The predominant bouquet is of ripe black cherries with a hint of underbrush and an ever so slight ripe banana nuance. Aged with the right amount of oak, this wine will surpass all your expectations.


Petite Syrah: This grape variety produces a wine that is deep in colour, robust and well structured. It is very peppery with rich tannins that provides this wine with the potential for cellaring and is ideal for the wine lover who is looking for a big, bold full-bodied red. You will notice that this wine is practically a meal on its own. 


Ruby Cabernet: A cross between Carignane and Cabernet Sauvignon, it was developed in the Central Valley of California to give high yield wine in hot climatic conditions. The must can be used to increase the colour intensity blends or it can be used to produce a light table wine. The organoleptic qualities of the Ruby Cabernet are better in years with ideal growing conditions.


Sangiovese: Sangiovese’s translated name means “Blood of Jove” (Jupiter) and it currently ranks second (in importance) in Italy after their Nebbiolo. Holding a bright ruby-red colour, you will notice a clean attack with soft tannins as the presence of fruity ripe berries and a hint of underbrush overwhelm your taste buds. 


Shiraz: A brand name when it comes to today’s wines. Its purple-ruby flashes and violet rim along with the complexity of its bouquet brings together notes of eucalyptus and blackcurrants. Its good acidity and rich velvety tannins provides a firm freshness. The intense red berries and black fruit matched with a smoky tint warms the palate as it follows the direction of the menthol aromas presented. This is a wine for discovering, tasting and sharing.


Valpolicella: A true classic. Distinguished by its ruby-red colour, its bouquet of ripe cherries is enhanced by a touch of vanilla. It combines both subtlety and complexity on the palate with its medium acidity and softer tannins that bring roundness and finesses wine with a soft, gentle finish. 



Blanc des Chateaux: This white wine presents itself as a yellow wine with golden reflections, exuding apple, orange peel, and flower aromas. A blend of peaches, citrus fruits and figs distinguish this wine, imparting a clean flavour and persistance in the mouth. Soft acidity and good alcohol levels, though not overly done, makes it a sumptuous, well-constituted. 


Chardonnay: This pale yellow straw-coloured reflection wine hold aromas of honey and tree ripened sweet apples. You will experience a truly full bodied white wine that provides a pleasant oak finish. Well rounded, this Chardonnay will leave a lasting impression on the palate. 


Chenin Blanc: The dominant varietal of the Loire Valley in France, it is also cultivated in cooler regions of South America, Austrailia, New Zealand and to a lesser extent in California. It has pleasant aromas of flowers, lemon and even melon. Chenin Blanc is sometimes blended with other wines that have less of an organoleptic profile and that benefit from its high acidity, which make it fresh, crisp wine. When left with residual sugar, it produces wine that resemble the Vouvray style, generally considered a good wine to cellar.


French Columbard: A highly productive native of the Charentes area of France, California has adapted this varietal for growing in a hot climate. With spicy and floral tones and a good acidity, it makes a lively dry wine. Blended with Chenin Blanc with some residual sugar, an excellent jug wine can be made. This varietal is getting a new lease on life since the French have begun using Californian techniques that have helped bring out its organoleptic qualities.

 

 

Moscato: Mostly grown in Italy, there are several hundred varieties belonging in the Muscat family. The grape is also cultivated in temperate regions of France, Greece, Spain, Austrailia, and California. Regardless of its region, the Moscato’s unique smell and taste are easily recognized. It is distinct because of its concentration of aromas of musk and peach and apricot. It can also be made as a dessert wine...a sensation.


Palomino: This is the grape that is used in Spain to make famous sherries. As a table wine, the Palomino does not have very distinctive organoleptic qualities, but when used to produce sherry, the result can be very special.


Pinot Griogio: This Italian favourite that holds a yellow straw colour with a tint of green has a refreshing feel whose medium body provides a slightly spicy and smoky perfume to be enjoyed by all. On the palate, you will experience a rich, complex and refined citrus flavour that is accompanied with a hint of nuts. Chilling this wine will ony provide for more excitment and enjoyment.


Riesling: A nice bright yellow with slight green highlights can only be found within a true Riesling. It is crisp and fresh with aromas of apples and apple blossoms with a lime/lemon hint. This wine has a fresh attack along with a lively finish. Savouring it ice cold is truly perfect on a warm summer’s night.


Soave: This grape variety is extremely proud to produce some of Italy’s most popular dry white wines. It is silky smooth with a soft pleasant nose that is versataile. Presented with delicate aromas of hazelnuts and almonds, this wine is very light, crisp, and clean. Enhance your experience of savouring this wine chilled while young.


Thompson Mix: A Sultana varietal, introduced into California by William Thompson. It has a relatively neutral organoleptic profile without any redeeming features, which makes it especially useful as a blending must.


Trebbiano: Being light amber in colour with reflections bordering on golden, its fruity character holds great acidity. It is extremely fresh and exuberant, while holding good alcohol levels. Suited for many occasions, you will fall in love with its lively and fresh character.


Vinho Verde: This wine is crisp with an ever present note of acidity. Its flavour is decisively “lemony”. It makes for a great summer wine, chilled and sipped by the pool.


Zinfandel Blush:
A light wine with a delicate pink hue with a light cherry flavour, it is a California wine made from the red grape, Zinfandel, that is given minimal skin contact. The skins are removed from the juice soon after pressing to avoid colour transfer and the resulting wine is very low in tannin and consumable when quite young.

 

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