Bordeaux is known for its characteristic blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc. In the Rhone Valley we’ve got Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre. Poland can easily say that a blend of red grapes Rondo, Regent, and Cabernet Cortis has gained the right to become a visit card of the country.
Morena Vineyard, located in the heart of Major Poland where the glacier has created slopes and interesting landforms, proposes just this Polish blend under the name Cuvée, very suggestive of France.
Garnet color and a translucent robe is a good introduction to a portion of red fruit and cranberry aromas. WIth more oxygen contact the wine opens into ripe plum and some leather sweetness. The mouth is all about plum with an impression of fresh pepper. Aromas are of medium intensity and point to a wine that still has potential for aging.
Still, you can with no remorse serve it now, best accompanied by beef or venison. A medium finish will help you to enjoy it alone, suitably in a winter situation. Balanced when it comes to acidity and body, although never as full as a Rhone Syrah, this Cuvée will satisfy all those looking for a good Polish red.
It’ll nicely adorn evenings by the fireplace in a cottage made of logs or be a hit at autumn open air fires. It’s time to grab your first Polish blend.
Tips from our sommeliers:
Aroma intensity: medium –
Kwasowość: medium –
Sweetness: dry, 2 g sugar/l
Development: youthful, can drink now or let it age!