The Navarro Correas family descends from the Correas family, an old and prestigious name related to the production and manufacturing of high-quality wines. The family history dates back to 1798, when Sir Juan de Dios Correas planted the first vine seeds in the lands of Mendoza at the foot of the Andes ridge. Sir Juan De Dios also played an active role in the public life of Mendoza, where he served as Municipal Councillor in the year 1814 and as governor in 1824. Since mid 1800, and for more than a century, the family used to sell the Winery's grapes and wines to other producers. Finally, in 1974 Sir Edmundo Navarro Correas, a direct descendant of Juan de Dios Correas, started to manufacture wines bearing his own name.
With the purpose of finding high-quality grapes for the production of noble wines, Navarro Correas sought selected microclimates in Mendoza, located 830 m above sea level, to grow special Grapes for wine production, such as the Tunuyan, Tupungato, Maipu, Ugarteche, Pedriel and Agrelo areas, that are irrigated by mineral-rich waters from the Melted snows coming down the Andes slopes. Navarro Correas stands out for the careful selection of grapes and the use of a special vinification process, including techniques that respect the traditional methods while combining them with state-of-the-art technologies to produce world-class wines.
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Colección Privada Malbec is ruby red with violet hints. Delicate, floral aromas of violets and freesias. Flavors of red fruit such as red cherries and blackberries. Licorice, vanilla, chocolate and smoked notes. Medium-weight body, with soft tannins. more
Malbec is one of Mendoza's most important and impressive grapes, delivering intense, well-structured wines. Our 2008 Malbec opens with an attractive rich-purple hue, followed by bright aromas of fresh cherries, red currant, plum and violets. The red fruit maintains its vibrancy through the long,... more
Intensed ruby violet color. Fruity flavors and aromas of plums, cherries, truffles and blackberries. Rounded tannins and intense flavor. Lingering in the mouth.
Matches well with dishes such as meats, hard cheeses. more
This wine has an intense dark violet color, with aromas of red fruit, cherry and plum, accompanied by soft notes of toast and spices. The flavors are intense and fruity, with round tannins and a long finish. more
The variety is indisputably characterized by an intense ruby color, while its aromas of plum and morello cherries stress the elegance of this varietal of significant structure. more
Mendoza's predominant red grape, Malbec, has developed a unique character, attributable to local terroir and viticultural expertise, and is fast developing a reputation as Argentina's most exciting red variety.
Color: Deep red
Bouquet: Packed with fruit. Notes of dark berries and violets... more
Color: Light gold.
Bouquet: Characteristic apple and citrus aromas.
Taste: A crisp acidity and apple and pear flavors. Oak nuances and partial maloactic fermentation are used to round out the palate and add complexity to the wine. more
Color: Dense, inky purple
Bouquet: Intense, haunting, rich in black fruit, underline by hints spice and tar
Taste: Smooth, supple and lingering
Dark, dense and concentrated, this rich Argentinean Malbec shows all the complexity that the variety can offer. Packed with layers of blueberry,... more
From its landmark new winery in Mendoza, Navarro Correas sets the pace at home and abroad with its internationally acclaimed Colección Privada wines.
Smooth, rich and juicy, with tiers of lively cassis, black cherry and toasty notes. Deeply concentrated, with supple tannins and plenty of fruit... more
The 2004 Ultra is composed of 50% Malbec, 36% Merlot, and 14% Cabernet Sauvignon. Purple-colored, it has an attractive perfume of pain grille, clove, smoke, pencil lead, cassis, and black cherry. Medium to full-bodied, it has a solid core of ripe fruit, a firm structure, and excellent balance. It... more