Durigutti Bonarda 2008
A bonarda that delivers, as much as bonarda can. There's almost no bouquet, which may come as a relief for this varietal, and the rich taste of raspberry jam isn't overly blocked by the extant tannins. (AV 86, http://argovino.com/?p=232)Add winemaker's notes
We Are Family Durigutti, growers and wine makers. A family with tradition of European culture to the wonderful life of Argentina. Our family has three generations in America and we have challenges ahead professionally in different parts of the world where we will unite our origins, our training and experience to make wines that thrill. Today, we carry these challenges, Hector and Pablo Durigutti, professional winemakers, conviction and passion.
A bonarda that delivers, as much as bonarda can. There's almost no bouquet, which may come as a relief for this varietal, and the rich taste of raspberry jam isn't overly blocked by the extant tannins. (AV 86, http://argovino.com/?p=232)
Deep inky ruby red goodness. Dark fruit, cocoa, and leather on the nose. Flavors of lush black cherry, plum, pepper, and a hint of rustic vanilla. Satisfying finish. Medium / full-bodied wine. Good fruit, tannins and bright acidity gives this wine excellent structure. Food friendly - paired with steak, baked potatoes and grilled onions tonight. A keeper. About 12 bucks at Specs.
I was VERY skeptical that a wine under $10 could actually be good. At $5.99/bottle I am AMAZED at how drinkable this wine is.
Three and a half glasses
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