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Bodegas El Angosto 2009 Tinto has a bright cherry hue. The aromas express ripe fruit, sweet spices, and a creamy oak...Read more...
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This Bodegas Angosto Red is considered bold and catches one’s interest easily--wanting to taste and uncover more. Characterized as vibrant and full of vitality, there is more to it as you drink further and reveal the many layers. In addition to the ripe fruit such as raspberries, there is a hint of balsamic giving it that luscious flavor and acidity. The vineyards for these grapes are nestled in hillside soils considered calcareous and not too rich in organic matter. However, they are able to extract the best the soils offer. The wine is aged for 10 months in 500 liter French oak. The goal of Bodega El Angosto is to produce Mediterranean wines, elegant and concentrated, while respecting the land.
Bodegas El Angosto 2009 Tinto has a bright cherry hue. The aromas express ripe fruit, sweet spices, and a creamy oak. It is made up of equal proportions of Malbec, Garnacha Tintorera, Syrah, Graciano, and Cabernet Franc. Fruity, toasty, with ripe tannins, this is a delicious wine!
Aged 10 months in French Oak.
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