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Finca Flichman Caballero de la Cepa Chardonnay Mendoza Bottle 2009

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Berry Bros & Rudd review:<br/>Flinchman's Caballero de Cepa is a delightful Chardonnay from the Barrancas region of Mendoza made by Luis Cabral de Almeida. Six months in French barrels with weekly bâtonnage has fostered a very fine example, with no shortage of ripeness, pleasing toasty oak and firm balanced and, most importantly, natural acidity. New World Chardonnay as it should be. <br/>(Simon Field MW, BBR Buyer)

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Winery: Finca Flichman
Color: White
Varietal: Chardonnay
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Finca Flichman:
Finca Flichman is a winery in Barrancas, in the Maipu Valley of Mendoza, Argentina. Is is named for Jewish-Polish immigrant Sami Flichman, a pioneering spirit who first planted grapes along the Mendoza river in 1873. The original winery at the foot of the Andes mountains was established in 1910. In 1998, the Portuguese wine company Sogrape purchased the business to restore, expand and update... Read more
Finca Flichman is a winery in Barrancas, in the Maipu Valley of Mendoza, Argentina. Is is named for Jewish-Polish immigrant Sami Flichman, a pioneering spirit who first planted grapes along the Mendoza river in 1873. The original winery at the foot of the Andes mountains was established in 1910. In 1998, the Portuguese wine company Sogrape purchased the business to restore, expand and update it, with an effort to preserve the integrity of the traditional wines. Today, there are three wineries under the Finca Flichman label, located in Carodilla, Perdriel and Junin. The label produces a range consisting of table and sparkling wines.  Read less

Berry Bros & Rudd review:<br/>Flinchman's Caballero de Cepa is a delightful Chardonnay from the Barrancas region of Mendoza made by Luis Cabral de Almeida. Six months in French barrels with weekly bâtonnage has fostered a very fine example, with no shortage of ripeness, pleasing toasty oak and firm balanced and, most importantly, natural acidity. New World Chardonnay as it should be. <br/>(Simon Field MW, BBR Buyer)

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