Bodega Noemía - J. Alberto - Malbec

Bodega Noemía - J. Alberto - Malbec - 2020 - 75cl - Onshore Cellars

Bodega Noemía - J. Alberto - Malbec

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It comes from a 66-year-old ungrafted vineyard planted with Malbec interplanted with around 5% Merlot, and it fermented with some whole clusters in 5,800-liter stainless steel tanks with indigenous yeasts and a soft vinification by plot; there are five different soils, and it's vinified by soil. It was a bit closed at first and slowly opened to red and black fruit and subtle spice. Part matured in concrete eggs, part in French barrique and 10% in demi-muids, and the wine rotates between these containers as needed with very low sulphur, as the wine is protected by the lees that keep the wine alive. The wine is very lively and vibrant, with very good freshness, refined tannins and clean, focused, and pungent flavours that give it very good length.
It comes from a 66-year-old ungrafted vineyard planted with Malbec interplanted with around 5% Merlot, and it fermented with some whole clusters in 5,800-liter stainless steel tanks with indigenous yeasts and a soft vinification by plot; there are five different soils, and it's vinified by soil. It was a bit closed at first and slowly opened to red and black fruit and subtle spice. Part matured in concrete eggs, part in French barrique and 10% in demi-muids, and the wine rotates between these containers as needed with very low sulphur, as the wine is protected by the lees that keep the wine alive. The wine is very lively and vibrant, with very good freshness, refined tannins and clean, focused, and pungent flavours that give it very good length.
Type:
Red
Country:
Argentina
Region:
Patagonia
Appellation:
Rio Negro
Producer:
Bodega Noemia
Grapes/Blend:
Malbec
Pairing Sugesstions:
Beef, Lamb, Game Birds, Charcuterie and Cured Meats, Mushrooms, Blue Cheese

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Patagonia is a region located in the southernmost part of Argentina, known for its rugged landscapes and extreme weather conditions. Despite its harsh environment, Patagonia has become a promising wine region, producing some of the most unique and...

Patagonia is a region located in the southernmost part of Argentina, known for its rugged landscapes and extreme weather conditions. Despite its harsh environment, Patagonia has become a promising wine region, producing some of the most unique and high-quality wines in the country.

The wine production in Patagonia started in the 1990s, with the arrival of a group of adventurous winemakers who saw the potential of the region's cool climate and well-drained soils. Today, Patagonia is home to some of the most innovative wineries in Argentina, focusing on producing elegant and complex wines that reflect the region's terroir.

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