Having a private collection of wines can be a great way to show off your love for wine and impress your friends. But what does it take to have a good one? Is it really worth the investment? Let's find out!
Starting Your Collection
The first step in building a wine collection is deciding which wines you'd like to buy. You'll need to do some research on the types of wines that are available and which ones would be best for your needs. Once you've narrowed down your options, you'll want to start looking for good deals. Keep an eye out for sales, discounts, or special offers that can help you get the best value for your money.
Storing Your Wines
Once you've started collecting wines, proper storage is key. If stored improperly, the quality of the wine can degrade over time. Investing in a good climate-controlled cellar or refrigerator will ensure that your wines are kept at just the right temperature and humidity levels so they remain fresh and delicious, even after years of aging.
Tasting Your Collection
As your collection grows, tasting all of them can become a daunting task! To make sure each bottle gets its due attention, try organizing tastings with friends or joining a local wine club where you can share notes and enjoy different varietals together. This is also a great way to learn more about different styles and types of wine so you can improve your knowledge and build an even better collection!
QUORUM - PRIVATE COLLECTION
By Finca El Refugio is a unique and exclusive designer wine, powerful and balanced, created to convey emotions. From the heart of the vineyards, this wine has been elaborated from Tempranillo and Petit Verdot varieties in a Limited Edition Private Collection.
Welcome to the Wine Culture
For the elaboration of QUORUM the best clusters are selected by hand, selecting first in the vineyard itself. Due to the extraordinary proximity of the vineyard to the winery, the transport is immediate, taking only 30 minutes in this process to pass to the selection table, after this second selection we proceed to elaborate the varieties separately and introduce them in Ganimede tanks for fermentation at controlled temperature, where with the high technology of this process, we extract all its potential, obtaining a high degree of quality, concentration and expression.
The tear wine, vin de goutte or also called wine in flower, coming from a first extraction, is the one used for all our wines and QUORUM, the great star of Finca El Refugio is no exception.
Once the alcoholic fermentation is finished, the wine is immediately transferred to new French and American oak barrels, where the malolactic fermentation takes place and remains for at least 18 months, until the blending of the two varieties and subsequent bottling takes place.
The result is this Signature Wine of a noble, powerful, vigorous and extraordinary style, which is why we have designed a careful and meticulous presentation to dress QUORUM as it deserves.
Their Tierra de Castilla Wine from Spain is a tantalizing treat for your senses. Tempranillo and Petit Verdot come together to create an intoxicating blend of bright cherry color with complexities that range from mineral nuances, Chinese reds and roasted aromas, all the way to ripe fruit like currants, raspberries and dried plums. A sip brings out its succulent texture; it's full-bodied yet soft on the tongue while keeping everything in perfect balance
Having a private collection of wines is not only fun but also educational! With some research and dedication, anyone can start building their own unique collection that reflects their own taste preferences. With proper storage methods and regular tastings with friends or fellow wine enthusiasts, you’ll soon have an impressive selection that will delight both novice and experienced palates alike! Whether it’s just for yourself or entertaining guests, having a private collection of wines is always worth the effort!
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