Winery Cambas Cambas Rouge
This wine generally goes well with beef, game (deer, venison)
Food and wine pairings with Cambas Rouge
Pairings that work perfectly with Cambas Rouge
Original food and wine pairings with Cambas Rouge
The Cambas Rouge of Winery Cambas matches generally quite well with dishes of beef or game (deer, venison) such as recipes of old fashioned provencal stew or duck with orange.
Details and technical informations about Winery Cambas's Cambas Rouge.
Discover the grape variety: Merlot
Merlot noir is a grape variety that originated in France (Bordeaux). It produces a variety of grape specially used for wine making. It is rare to find this grape to eat on our tables. This variety of grape is characterized by small to medium sized bunches, and medium sized grapes. Merlot noir can be found in many vineyards: South West, Languedoc & Roussillon, Cognac, Bordeaux, Loire Valley, Armagnac, Burgundy, Jura, Champagne, Rhone Valley, Beaujolais, Provence & Corsica, Savoie & Bugey.
Last vintages of this wine
The best vintages of Cambas Rouge from Winery Cambas are 2017
Informations about the Winery Cambas
The Winery Cambas is one of of the world's great estates. It offers 13 wines for sale in the of Peloponnesos to come and discover on site or to buy online.
The wine region of Peloponnesos
The Peloponnese Peninsula (Peloponnesus) is a large landform on the southern edge of continental Greece. Covered in mountains, rugged plateaus and valleys, the area has an abundance of mesoClimates and terroirs suitable for premium viticulture.
Native Grape varieties such as Agiorgitiko, Moschofilero and Mavrodaphne are planted throughout the peninsula. They produce everything from fresh, minerally white wines to Rich, ageworthy reds.
The modern Peloponnese wine industry began to grow following the end of World War II, and today the region is one of the most viticulturally productive in Greece. Along with the seven PDO-level appellations, there are 17 regional appellations scattered across the whole area, including Tegea, Arcadia, Corinth and the Slopes of Petroto. A wide range of Greek and international grape varieties are covered by these appellations. They include Assyrtico, Chardonnay, Gewürztraminer, Refosco and Cabernet Sauvignon.
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