Bodega Renacer Malbec Punto Final Reserva 2010

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Deep red in color with intense violet shades. On the nose, a combination of red fruits and toasty notes given by the ...

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Quite a variety of sensory pleasures here, from the lilac note in the bouquet to the tart, juicy center of the flavor and the blueberry jam in the ... Read more

The Bodegas Renacer is a new winery in Mendoza, Argentina, an ultra-modern facility was built in 2004. The wine is very new in how its made but the... Read more

Nose: Persistent aromas of red and black fruit, with notes of spice and chocolate. Mouth: Structured, robust and oily, with smooth well-integrated ... Read more

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Snooth User: Argovino
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04/29/2013

Quite a variety of sensory pleasures here, from the lilac note in the bouquet to the tart, juicy center of the flavor and the blueberry jam in the finish. Not a heavyweight, but more than worth the price. (AV 88, http://argovino.com/?p=928)


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External Review
Source: WineExpress.com
11/28/2012

The Bodegas Renacer is a new winery in Mendoza, Argentina, an ultra-modern facility was built in 2004. The wine is very new in how its made but the grapes come from vines that are very old. Two vineyards are sourced for this Reserva, each with 50 year old vines yielding barely 2 tons per acre. Grapes are subjected to a double triage and then fermented in stainless steel under the supervision of famed enologist Alberto Antonini. The wine is aged 10 months in French oak barrels and bottled without filtration. The 2008 scored 91 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine who said "A rich Malbec with graham cracker, pastry, blackberrry and boysenberry aromas. Talk about super concentrated; this is thick but balanced, with tannic grip and dark, baked flavors of berry and chocolate. Bulky on the finish, with peppery spice, vanilla and a touch of heat."


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Source: NapaCabs.com
06/21/2013

Nose: Persistent aromas of red and black fruit, with notes of spice and chocolate. Mouth: Structured, robust and oily, with smooth well-integrated tannins, and a long elegant finish. Pairing: Red meat, game meat, complex dishes garnished with flavorful sauces, medium intensity cheeses, and chocolate desserts.


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Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
02/22/2014

Ripe yet rustic, leading with undertones of game, spice box and underbrush to the roasted plum and kirsch notes, with a rich, cedary finish. Drink now through 2016.


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Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
02/22/2014

Quite a variety of sensory pleasures here, from the lilac note in the bouquet to the tart, juicy center of the flavor and the blueberry jam in the finish. Not a heavyweight, but more than worth the price.


Winemaker's Notes:

Deep red in color with intense violet shades. On the nose, a combination of red fruits and toasty notes given by the French oak are evident. In the mouth, the wine is complex and structured with a long aftertaste. Pair with grilled meats or tagliatelle with spicy tomato sauce.

Deep red in color with intense violet shades. On the nose, a combination of red fruits and toasty notes given by the French oak are evident. In the mouth, the wine is complex and structured with a long aftertaste. Pair with grilled meats or tagliatelle with spicy tomato sauce.

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