The Bousquet family combines four generations of traditional winemaking with Mendoza’s ideal winegrowing conditions. Their constant search to achieve optimum ripeness allows them to create wines that boast delicious fruit character with ripe tannins and high acidity and are constantly receiving great reviews from wine critics.
Late harvested, when grapes are dry, fermented then fortified and aged for 12 months in French oak. Rich aromas of cassis, blackcurrant and chocolate alongside marmalade and coffee notes. Full-bodied and moderately sweet with silky tannins, high acidity and a long finish.
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