Light dusty tannins, hints of spice, complex dry fruit.
Grape: 80% Malbec, 20% Syrah.
Region: Argentina> Mendoza> Valle de Uco.
Notes: Hand harvested, Gravity-fed production facility, 8 months in French oak, organic farming, vegan-friendly.
If you love Malbec and Syrah, you’ll love this wonderful cuvee of two grapes. Violet colored, med.-bodied wine with aromas of vanilla, oak, and black fruit. Upfront you’ll experience light, dusty tannins and wild blackberries. Layers of loam and tobacco towards the finish. In 2005, the Bonnie family, owner of renowned Bordeaux chateaux decided to leave France in search of new horizons. They finally found an ideal place in Uco Valley, to the south of the city of Mendoza. In their modern facility, wines are crafted carefully under the guidance of Michel Roland (a rock star winemaker) utilizing winemaking techniques of both century-old classic and cutting-edge modern. Currently the winemaking is handled by Cecile Bernier.
Food Pairing: BBQ, Smoked meats, charcuterie, smoked cheese.