Dense violet and plum color. Dark berries, cherry and cocoa on the nose. Excellent structure with fruit notes of cherry and cassis; medium-bodied with balanced, persistent tannins.
"While this wine opens up in a decanter, broil some steaks,
as it’s a malbec that requires some patience. This is intense in both red and fruit and in structure- built on acidity and firm tannins. By the time the steak is done, the wine wil have integrated perfectly. This comes from a vineyard planted in 1932 in Mainqué, in Río Negro, which Noemía bought shortly after settling in Patagonia in 2001. It’s now the basis of some of the winery’s best wines.“"
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