This Malbec was one of the first Argentine wines with a Designation of Origin.
A deep and bright red-violet wine with balanced aromas and red fruit and sweet spice notes.
It is refreshing and voluptuous in the mouth, with fine and gentle tannins, while it is clean and expressive in the palate, with a strong character, typicity and a deep finish with soft smoked hues as a result of its ageing in oak barrels. It is a great exponent of the variety and the terroir, with good ageing potential.
It features pleasant notes that are reminiscent of liquorice, spices, pink pepper and a little bit of black fruit.
The winery that today produces Luigi Bosca wines was founded in 1901 by Leoncio Arizu, a Spanish citizen from Navarra who settled in Mendoza in 1890. Located in the Vistalba valley, in the Luján de Cuyo region, an area that, due to its characteristics, achieved the first " Denomination of Controlled Origin "of America. Luigi Bosca launched the first Malbec DOC in Argentina and Latin America.
- Bronze IWC 2021
- Silver Decanter World Wine Awards 2021, 90 points
James Suckling - April 2020: 91 pts. - Aromas of sweet cherries with fresh herbs and hints of cement and stone, following through to a medium body with fine, intergrated tannins and subtle fruit at the end. Drink now.
|Cultivar||100% Cabernet Franc|
14.3 % alc vol
|Units of Alcohol per Bottle||10.6 units|
|Cellaring Potential||Drink between 2021-2023
|Suggested Serving Temp||Between 16°C and 18°C.|
|Food Matches||A great wine to enjoy with special dishes, such as beef loin marinated with vegetables, or a dry-aged beef served with rocket and parmesan salad|
|Dietary Information||Vegan & Vegetarian approved|
|Allergen Information||Contains sulphites|