World’s End, Wavelength, 2013

1.095,00 DKK inc. vat

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Weight 1,6 kg
Dimensions 7,5 × 7,5 × 30 cm
James Suckling

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Grape blend

40% Syrah, 30% Cabernet Franc, 30% Petit Verdot

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Cardboard Box

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Napa Valley: A Very French Ambition

With an international background and an established reputation in Bordeaux, it is no surprise that Jonathan Maltus decided to expand his winemaking endeavors beyond France. His Napa Valley venture started in 2008 with the goal of introducing a French winemaking perspective to the New World. Initially a collaboration, by 2017 Maltus chose to take full control of the winemaking process, aiming to enhance the quality and precision of the wines. Maltus sources fruit from only the finest growing partners, particularly from the most exclusive vineyards around To-Kalon, Oakville. As a result, the World's End wines have achieved an unmatched quality, beating their rhythm louder and harder than ever before. The Napa Valley venture is a testament to Maltus' dedication and passion for winemaking. By fusing traditional French methods with the unique terroir of Napa Valley, Maltus has successfully crafted wines that defy convention and delight the palate.

World's End, Wavelength, 2013

World's End presents the 2013 vintage of their red wine, Wavelength. This wine encapsulates the superior quality of the year, offering a blend that is as unique as it is flavorful. The blend comprises 40% Syrah, 30% Cabernet Franc, and 30% Petit Verdot, a combination that creates a complex and distinct taste.

The grapes for this wine are sourced from the famed Napa Valley region in the USA. This region is globally recognized for its exceptional terroir and optimal growing conditions. The Syrah grape contributes a full-bodied and rich flavor, the Cabernet Franc imparts an earthy nuance, and the Petit Verdot adds an intriguing complexity to the blend.

In the production process, the wine undergoes meticulous fermentation and aging to reach an alcohol level of 15%. This careful process amplifies the natural flavors of the grapes, resulting in a wine that is both rich and harmonious. Critics have lauded this wine, with James Suckling awarding it an impressive 93 points.

This wine's depth and complexity is sure to be appreciated by all. It can be paired with a wide variety of dishes or enjoyed on its own to truly experience its unique qualities.

For more options of similar caliber, explore the category of Red wine.