"An authentic Spanish Bobal blended with the spicy and fruity Cabernet Sauvignon. This creates a 'Bordeaux blend', as it were. Raised on oak. Taste it yourself! Can be stored for 6-8 years." Derrick Neleman
Due to the combination of a well-known classic grape with a typical Spanish grape, some call Neleman Cabernet Bobal the “Bordeaux blend” in the range. Cabernet Sauvignon is a grape variety that everyone knows, bobal is more unique. Spanish through and through, the red wine grape for Valencia. This combination gives a full, fruity and berry wine with a light spiciness and a soft and elegant tannin due to the use of large French barrels. Delicious to combine with tapas, game and stews. Now ready to drink, it can be stored for a maximum of six to eight years after harvest.
Nice that spoonful of mustard in the mashed potatoes. Together with the balsamic syrup, this makes the link to the wine: concentrated, thickened black currants, herbs and fresh acidity. The earthy notes in this Neleman Cabernet-Bobal find their counterpart in the earthy vegetables. Great combination.go to the recipe
"A very assertive, cassis-driven nose and palate here with some leavy and earthy nuances, too. Supple tannins and plenty of glossy polish at the finish. Drink or hold."
A very clear cassis smell and taste, also some hints of leaf and earth. Smooth tannins and a very soft finish.
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