January 19, 2012
Sophistication, elegance and glamour have been, for years, the best characteristics to describe sparkling wines in the world. Their fine and rising bubbles have captivated wine lovers for centuries in different latitudes.
Casillero del Diablo Brut Reserva has been part of the boom that sparkling wines have had globally in recent years, due mainly to the positive characteristics they have: lightweight, easy to drink with light meals and low calories.
Within its Super Premium line, Casillero del Diablo Brut Reserva stands out for its uniqueness and elegance, distinguished mainly by its freshness, given by the Pacific Ocean and minerality, which the Limarí Valley soils provide in the North of Chile.
Casillero del Diablo Winemaker
Marcelo Papa, Casillero del Diablo Winemaker, ensures that the perfect place was searched to create this sparkling of fresh flavors and aromas. “Austerity and minerality in this sparkling, along with a vibrant acidity, are translated into a long and persistent end. Medium bodied combined with fine and small bubbles, determine its elegance ” Marcelo says.
Casillero del Diablo is perfect to enjoy on its own or accompanied by fish, shellfish or crustaceans appetizers, especially fresh oysters with lemon juice. Japanese cuisine is also a great alternative, especially if you like seasoning with wasabi and soy sauce.