Bianchi Particular Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

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Winemaker Notes

Intense color with purple-red tones. Aromas of black and red pepper, red bell pepper, traces of black fruits, and a mineral character, which combine with scents of vanilla and chocolate from the contact with the new French oak barrels. Structured and complex on the palate, with gentle tannins. Good aging potential.

Blend: 94% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Malbec

Critical Acclaim

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JS 93
James Suckling
Notes of dark cherries, wild berries, violets and dry earth. Toasted hazelnuts, vanilla and grilled herbs, too. Full-bodied with fine-grained tannins and a fleshy texture. Lots of flavor. Supple, textured and lengthy finish.
D 91
Pretty pink peppercorn and floral notes to the nose, plush black fruit and structured tannins to the palate.
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Bodegas Valentin Bianchi is a fourth generation, family-owned Argentine winery founded in 1928 (and is among the oldest Argentine wineries still owned by the same family). It is renowned for traditional Argentine wines. After almost a century of hard work and success, Valentin Bianchi still shines with the legacy of the family, seeking to keep alive its passion for wine, crossing borders via export to most of the world, and constantly exploring new horizons, on both the winemaking and marketing sides of the company. Valentin Bianchi wines encompass the exponents of the best terroirs of Argentina, with a philosophy that encourages a constant exploration for the ideal terroir for each wine. Its philosophy is to find the unique and unparalleled aspects of each one of the winery’s estates to interpret the vine’s intent and provide the market with variety and excellence in each and every wine they produce.
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Argentina of course is heralded for its Malbecs. But in the last two decades Cabernet Sauvignon has been drawing increased attention from winemakers there, and is now the third most planted variety. It is grown in the Mendoza region in the Andean foothills, especially in Maipú and Luján de Cuyo, at altitudes between 2300 and 3100 feet. Here the climate is continental, with hot summers and cold winters. It is very dry and sometimes quite windy, with runoff from the snow-capped Andes providing irrigation. These Argentinian Cabernets offer dark fruit, spice notes, full body and often a voluptuous style.

Another source within Mendoza is the higher altitude Uco Valley, at 3300 to 5000 feet. Up at this level grapes ripen more slowly, despite the bright sun. But that enables them to develop bright acidity levels, giving the wines a fresh quality to go with intense fruit flavors. Another source of good Cabernet Sauvignon in Argentina is Cafayate, in the Calchaquí Valley. North of Mendoza, these vineyards are even higher, at about 5700 feet! These Cabernets carry notes of spice, herbs and menthol to go with dark fruit. Like those from Uco Valley, they show concentration and great vibrancy.

A few producers to look for are Catena, Viña Cobos, Pulenta and Altocedro. Salud!

QUIBPCS196_2019 Item# 1126676

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