Aza Onconogy Tempranillo Bonarda 2002

Winemaker's Notes:

Tasting Notes: Organoleptic info: Cherry red colour, with red brick shades. Tobacco, leather, and wild fruits aromas. With a combination of red and blue fuits as raspberry and blueberry, an a finall touch of chocolate and vanilla given by the oak. Pairing: This wine goes well with grilled red meats, pasta with res sauces and mushrooms Serving Temperature: 18° to 16° C. Percentage Grape: 50% Tempranillo, 50% Bonarda Soil: Sandy clayey and stony soil Growing Climate: Few annual rains, irrigation from the Andean snowfields, sandy clayey and stony soil, plenty of shine and a wide range of temperature between day and night Date of Harvest: March, second fortnight Type of Harvest: Manually in 20 kgs plastic boxes Vinification Method: Traditional Age of Barrel: 1st use Type of Wood: French and American Oak Extract: 32g Color Intensity: Cherry red colour, with red brick shades Bottle Type: Conic Punt bottle Alcohol Percentage: 12.6 % PH: 3,6 Aging Time: 12 months Sugar Rate: 0-5 g/l Total Acidity: 4,95 g/l in Tartaric Acid Cork Material: 100% natural cork

Region: Argentina

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Color: Red
Varietal: tempranillo
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Tasting Notes: Organoleptic info: Cherry red colour, with red brick shades. Tobacco, leather, and wild fruits aromas. With a combination of red and blue fuits as raspberry and blueberry, an a finall touch of chocolate and vanilla given by the oak. Pairing: This wine goes well with grilled red meats, pasta with res sauces and mushrooms Serving Temperature: 18° to 16° C. Percentage Grape: 50% Tempranillo, 50% Bonarda Soil: Sandy clayey and stony soil Growing Climate: Few annual rains, irrigation from the Andean snowfields, sandy clayey and stony soil, plenty of shine and a wide range of temperature between day and night Date of Harvest: March, second fortnight Type of Harvest: Manually in 20 kgs plastic boxes Vinification Method: Traditional Age of Barrel: 1st use Type of Wood: French and American Oak Extract: 32g Color Intensity: Cherry red colour, with red brick shades Bottle Type: Conic Punt bottle Alcohol Percentage: 12.6 % PH: 3,6 Aging Time: 12 months Sugar Rate: 0-5 g/l Total Acidity: 4,95 g/l in Tartaric Acid Cork Material: 100% natural cork

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