Tasting Notes: Bright cherry red, this Mendoza Cab announces its distinctive terroir with powerful fragrances of pepper and cherries. Ripe tannins wrap around its flavors of black pepper, dried fruits, plums and cherries. The finish is long and rich.
Tasting Notes: Bonarda is a red Italian grape native to the Piedmont area, known for creating fruity wines. This Argentine version is garnet red with aromas of strawberry, cherry and black currants. In the mouth, it is softly spicy with a strong backbone of red fruits, raspberry, strawberry and sweet cherries.
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Fruit was hand harvested in April 2006 for the Cabernet Sauvignon and yields were three tons per acre on average. After sorting, grapes were gently pressed and then fermented between 17 to 20 days. This wine did not age in oak barrels.
Fruit for Bonarda was hand picked in March 2006. Yields were approximately five tons per acre. The grapes were sorted in the vineyard and cellar, then pressed. After a 17 to 20-day fermentation, the wine was bottled. The wine was not aged in oak barrels.