The Winery Arte Noble in Curico Valley in Central Valley

The winery offers 22 different wines
Its wines get an average rating of 3.2.
This estate is part of the Viña Requingua.
It is ranked in the top 98 of the estates of Central Valley.
It is located in Curico Valley in the region of Central Valley

The Winery Arte Noble is one of the world's great estates. It offers 22 wines for sale in of Curico Valley to come and discover on site or to buy online.

Top Winery Arte Noble wines

Looking for the best Winery Arte Noble wines in Curico Valley among all the wines in the region? Check out our tops of the best red, white or effervescent Winery Arte Noble wines. Also find some food and wine pairings that may be suitable with the wines from this area. Learn more about the region and the Winery Arte Noble wines with technical and enological descriptions.

The top red wines of Winery Arte Noble

Food and wine pairings with a red wine of Winery Arte Noble

How Winery Arte Noble wines pair with each other generally quite well with dishes of beef, veal or game (deer, venison) such as recipes of old fashioned provencal stew, breaded veal cutlets or rabbit in sauce.

Organoleptic analysis of red wines of Winery Arte Noble

On the nose the red wine of Winery Arte Noble. often reveals types of flavors of earth, red fruit or non oak and sometimes also flavors of microbio, oak or spices. In the mouth the red wine of Winery Arte Noble. is a powerful with a nice freshness.

The best vintages in the red wines of Winery Arte Noble

  • 2009 With an average score of 3.70/5
  • 2019 With an average score of 3.54/5
  • 2010 With an average score of 3.53/5
  • 2014 With an average score of 3.51/5
  • 2008 With an average score of 3.38/5
  • 2018 With an average score of 3.37/5

The grape varieties most used in the red wines of Winery Arte Noble.

  • Pinot Noir
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Carménère
  • Shiraz/Syrah
  • Malbec
  • Merlot

Discovering the wine region of Curico Valley

Curicó Valley is a wine-producing region in Central Chile, located roughly 115 miles (185km) South of the Chilean capital, Santiago. It is divided into two sub-regions: Teno in the North and Lontue Valley in the south. The Curicó is known for its reliable, good value everyday wines, Particularly the reds made from Cabernet Sauvignon and whites from Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Curicó's vineyards are planted with more varieties than anywhere else in Chile.

The first two grapes mentioned above are the most heavily planted, as they were when the region first appeared on the international wine map. The reds may not consistently rival the best from Maipo, and its Sauvignon Blanc may not quite match the fresh, Complex style found in Casablanca, but the valley is one of Chile's workhorse regions and its output is consistent and reliable. Curicó Valley growing conditions With respect to Climate, the eastern part of the valley – closer to the Andes Mountains – is cooler than the western section as it benefits from breezes coming down from the slopes of the Andes. In this way, it differs from regions further north, where the western ends of the valleys, being influenced by the Pacific Ocean, are generally cooler.

In Curicó, however, the hills of the Coastal Ranges dissipate the effect of east–west air movements. The major centers of production and the established high profile wineries (Echeverria, Montes, Viña San Pedro, TTorres and Valdivieso) are located around the cooler eastern towns of Curicó and Molino. The meltwater rivers Lontue and Teno that Flow through Curicó Valley (before converging to form the Mataquito River) have a significant effect on viticulture here. The region's varied soils are derived from limestone and volcanic rock from the Andes and have been deposited in the valley over time by the rivers (alluvial) as well as by gravity (colluvial).

The top white wines of Winery Arte Noble

Food and wine pairings with a white wine of Winery Arte Noble

How Winery Arte Noble wines pair with each other generally quite well with dishes of pork, rich fish (salmon, tuna etc) or vegetarian such as recipes of veal saltimbocca, smoked salmon pasta gratin or quiche without pastry, courgette and blue cheese.

Organoleptic analysis of white wines of Winery Arte Noble

On the nose the white wine of Winery Arte Noble. often reveals types of flavors of non oak, microbio or oak and sometimes also flavors of spices, citrus fruit or tropical fruit. In the mouth the white wine of Winery Arte Noble. is a powerful.

The best vintages in the white wines of Winery Arte Noble

  • 2019 With an average score of 3.41/5
  • 2014 With an average score of 3.38/5
  • 2018 With an average score of 3.37/5
  • 2013 With an average score of 3.37/5
  • 2012 With an average score of 3.33/5
  • 2015 With an average score of 3.24/5

The grape varieties most used in the white wines of Winery Arte Noble.

  • Chardonnay
  • Sauvignon Blanc
  • Viognier

Discover the grape variety: Pinot noir

Pinot noir is an important red grape variety in Burgundy and Champagne, and its reputation is well known! Great wines such as the Domaine de la Romanée Conti elaborate their wines from this famous grape variety, and make it a great variety. When properly vinified, pinot noit produces red wines of great finesse, with a wide range of aromas depending on its advancement (fruit, undergrowth, leather). it is also the only red grape variety authorized in Alsace. Pinot Noir is not easily cultivated beyond our borders, although it has enjoyed some success in Oregon, the United States, Australia and New Zealand.

Discover other wineries and winemakers neighboring the Winery Arte Noble

Planning a wine route in the of Curico Valley? Here are the wineries to visit and the winemakers to meet during your trip in search of wines similar to Winery Arte Noble.

Discover the grape variety: Malbec

Malbec, a high-yielding red grape variety, produces tannic and colourful wines. It is produced in different wine-growing regions and changes its name according to the grape variety. Called Auxerrois in Cahors, Malbec in Bordeaux, it is also known as Côt. 6,000 hectares of the Malbec grape are grown in France (in decline since the 1950s). Malbec is also very successful in Argentina. The country has become the world's leading producer of Malbec and offers wines with great potential.

News about Winery Arte Noble and wines from the region

International Beaujolais Nouveau Day

Although Cru Beaujolais has been having its moment in the sun for a few years now, its younger, lighter-bodied ‘nouveau’ cousin is coming back into its own. How Beaujolais Nouveau Day started The tradition of Beaujolais Nouveau dates back to the 1800s. Winemakers would bottle their just-fermented wine, produced from grapes harvested just a few months prior, an unusually tight timeframe in winemaking terms. This occasion called for a massive celebration among Beaujolais-based vigneron ...

Andrea Franchetti: Obituary

Andrea Franchetti, one of the most talented and visionary Italian producers, has died at the age of 72 in Rome. In 30 years exactly, he positioned his superTuscan Trinoro among the top Italian references, producing a wine with stylish elegance and outstanding potential for ageing. Franchetti’s Bordeaux blends were without the over-extractions that were on-trend in the 2000s, nor the excess of fruit following phenolic maturity. He followed a precise idea to produce classic wines for the long haul ...

Lirac & Tavel 2020: report and top-scoring wines

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The word of the wine: Tartar (deposit)

White, chalky deposits that occur as a result of precipitation inside bottles and are often considered by consumers as a defect. They are in fact tartaric salts formed by tartaric acid, potassium and calcium naturally present in the wine. This deposit does not alter the quality of the wine and can be eliminated by a simple decanting.