Tomero Gran Reserva Malbec is the quintessential Malbec from Mendoza Argentina.
Tomero Gran Reserva Malbec
“The Tomero Gran Reserva Malbec is Muscular with broad raspberry, currant and crushed plum flavours backed by dark toast and mocha notes. The long finish lets liquorice and fig notes linger.” James Molesworth – Wine Spectator Insider
“Robust, deep and candied on the nose, with rooty richness, medicinal notes and complexity. The palate is smooth, meaty, healthy and suave, with lush black fruit, prune and earthy flavors. Long, likable and showing a lot of depth and structure.” Michael Schachner – Wine Enthusiast
Region: Finca Los Alamos, Upper Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina When to drink: Best from 2014. Will keep for many years Style: Rich textured and full bodied. Varieties: 100% Malbec. Colour: Intense red color with black hints Nose: Intense aroma of red and black fruits with a touch of vanilla adding to the sophistication of the wine. A spicy start turns to complex confit and red fruits. Palate: The palate is rich and bold with good acidity. A striking wine that’s beautifully made. Winemaking: This wine is aged for 19 months in French oak barrels. Then, bottled (January 27th) and aged at 12¡C for another 12 months before it is released into the market. All grapes are hand harvested from old vines, most planted around 1948. Vineyards sit 950m above sea level and good climatic conditions allow the winery to maintain vineyards almost naturally with almost no fitosanitary treatment. During the vegetative season there is a difference of temperature between day and night of 15¡C allowing for excellent colour and tannin development. Soil: Sandy loam with limestone channels. Low to medium fertility with low percentage of organic material. Technical Information: Alcohol 14.6%, Total Acidity 2.21 G/L, Sugar 2.21 G/L, PH 3.60
4.67 out of 5$30.00–$288.00