Vina Maris Selected
Designation of Origin
Monastrell, Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah
The first alcoholic fermentation is done in stainless steel. The second malolactic fermentation is done in barrels.
For 16 months the wine remains in new French oak barrels of medium and medium high toast. Then there is a long bottle aging process of 24 months minimum.
After vinification in the winery, the wine is bottled and submerged at a depth of 40 meters. Underwater aging lasts 12 months, then another 12 months bottles rest in the cellar.
Very vivid color of garnet notes. Aromas of ripe fruit due to malolactic fermentation and long aging in French oak barrels. The underwater aging has polished tannins and has made the wine mature and balanced maintaining its freshness.
Blue fish, red meat, duck, game meat, spoon dishes.
Recommended consumption temperature between 16 and 17ºC
The box received the national award for best design for wine packaging
Awards & Points
Guía Peñín 2021 – Vina Maris Selected 2012 – 92 Points
2021 – GRAN CIVAS GOLD MEDAL 98 points – Vina Maris Selected 2012
(Awards that has received land wine the brother of underwater wine * Carchelo Selecto)
2017: 94 POINTS
WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER: 93 POINTS
WINE SPECTATOR ADVANCE: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
GUIA PEÑIN 2017: 90 POINTS & 5 STARS QUALITY / PRICE
PROENSA 2017 GUIDE: 92 POINTS
LIDER PACK 2019: NATIONAL AWARD FOR THE BEST DESIGN FOR WINE PACKAGING.
Vina Maris Carchelo Select Underwater Wine Submerged Wine
Underwater Wine, Submerged wine, Sea wine
Usually bought together