During the winter pruning we are going to control the production capacity of the plant, the vineyard is going to produce a certain number of clusters, and we will regulate the number of buds of each plant by using scissors.
This is a big wine with a smooth presentation, lingering smoky finish. goes well with paella
Soft fruity nose. Acidic with some tartness. Very soft and fruity, A bit heady at 14% and a bit of tartness - young vines? Young tannins? a bit soft and smooth for me, looking for more structure.
Appearance: Red, brick red disk. Tears starting to show collor, thickening, medium space, and take a while to form. Smell: Smooth, it has quite a green smell and a good deal of wood. Mint and chocolate. Taste: Complex, medium body. No astringency, velvet. Green minty taste, roasted beans. It lingers in the mouth. Overall: This was a great wine, complex, shows a lot about the Merlot varietal. It can be drunk right now, but it can still evolve with time, and I think it will reach its summit in about 10 years.
I love the 2004 Malbecs, and this one from Navarro Correas was my introduction. Very fond of this one. Can't find anymore 04'.
A very smooth but intensely flavored wine. Kind of heavy, but not overbearing. We just opened the last bottle we bought in Buenos Aires, :( would love more!
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