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Streamlined, with fine-grained tannins carrying spice, black currant, mineral and cedar notes. Picks up some grilled herb on the finish. Read more
The bodega is situated in the foothills of the Andes in the Cafayate region around Salta in Northwest Argentina in one of th e most scenic regions ... Read more
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Streamlined, with fine-grained tannins carrying spice, black currant, mineral and cedar notes. Picks up some grilled herb on the finish.
The bodega is situated in the foothills of the Andes in the Cafayate region around Salta in Northwest Argentina in one of th e most scenic regions of this country. The vineyards are planted at 1,700 metres making them the highest commercial sites in the world. Cool climate plays a key part with great variations between night and day time temperatures, slowing down the ripening cycle and ensuring the development of good varietal character. The hallmark of Salta red wines is the great intensity of colour and abundance of fruit. Michel Torino is well recognised on the international market and is renowned for its excellent wine quality, elegant label design and premium presentation. Vintage: 2009 Grapes: 100% Estate grown Cabernet Sauvignon organic grapes grown at an altitude of 1,700m above sea level on Michel Torino's Estate i...
Dietary Information: Organic
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