Alamos Cabernet Sauv Argentina, VT
$113.56 / case(12)
Characteristics: good color. Nose with plums and blackberries. Medium to goodness mature tannins and long termination. About the wine: dividend is low and all grapes are handpicked. The wine is made with selected yeast massaging time of 28 days and with a max temperature of fermentation 28/30 ° c for 12 days. The wine has then been stored for 8 months in oak of which 80% french and 20% american – 25% nyeik. About the manufacturer: catena started making alamos in 1993 as a ‘second labell’ to catena series. Alamos comes from the family’s younger vineyards in the best areas of mendozas higher-lying vineyards: la consulta tupungato lunlunta and agrelo. Nicolas catena will appear as the one that founded argentina’s modern wine history. He is a graduate economist and worked as a visiting professor in california before returning to argentina convinced that if you could make good wine in california you should be able to do the same in argentina. He took over a bulk wine c
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