From the estate that convinced Château Mouton Rothschild's winemaker to leave the Médoc for Mendoza's “Golden Mile,” this wine is an ode to Bordeaux.
Sage, baked raspberries and violet on the nose. Deep blackberry and plum with a slightly spicy pepper tone on the palate, finishing real smooth. Bright, medium bodiedand rich. The Belasco family are 8th generation winemakers, first planting vines in the Agrelo "Golden Mile" region of of Lujan de Cuyo in 1910.
100% Cabernet Franc from 49 year old vines irrigated with snow melt from the Andes Mountains. Aged six months in 3-year-old French Oak Barrels + aged for a minimum of six additional months in bottle prior to release.
From Agrelo, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina
Cabernet Franc~ Call me big poppa! Cab Franc is my favourite grape. Versatile with food and divine on its own.
"A very floral cabernet franc that shows pressed violets, dried herbs and baking spices. Medium to full body, juicy yet savory tannins and a medium-chewy finish. Succulent. " 92 pointer by James Suckling