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Pairs well with fish, white meats and red meats.
Blend: 54% Malbec, 28% Cabernet, 18% Bonarda
Torrontes is the signature white wine of Argentina, dating from early vineyards first planted in the 1800s. DNA research has shown that the varietal is a cross between the Mission grapes of Galicia, Spain, and Muscat of Alexandria. This popular expression of Argentina is growing in acclaim around the world, popular for a light, refreshing wine with Muscat notes redolent of jasmine and orange blossoms. Excellent as an aperitif, it also finds a welcome place with delicate first courses.
"Silky and bright with fresh black raspberry and plum; tangy, juicy and balanced."- Tasting Panel
This is a great example of Mendoza Malbec. Incredible color—could use it in an inkwell! Loads of spice and black cherry cola aromas with notes of cocoa. The berry flavors really pop on the palate as the wine has both good depth and very lively acidity that leads to an incredibly long finish. A bottom note of freshly brewed espresso keeps the mouth watering too. Pairs well with foods such as venison or wild game, steak, pork, quail, all types of lamb, and medium-strong cheeses. A very flexible wine due to its concentration and balance.
Pair with: venison or wild game, steak, pork, quail, all types of lamb, and medium-strong cheeses.
Dark black garnet, with deep ruby hues. Opens with wild herbs to an expansive core of black raspberry and strawberry accented by delicate cinnamon and dark chocolate. The palate shows clean slate-like minerality; chocolaty, pliable tannins an elegant acid backbone.
"A serious cabernet franc with structure and density as well as a mineral, spice character. Full body, round tannins and a pretty austere finish. Shows potential. Drink or hold."- James Suckling