Bodega Luigi Bosca Icon Wines Malbec DOC Single Vyd
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Bodega Luigi Bosca Icon Wines Malbec DOC Single Vyd

Wine Details

Vineyard

Luigi Bosca

Varietal

Malbec

Style

Red

Region

ArgentinaMendoza

Winemaker's Notes

It shows an intense violet color and displays ripe cherry and plum aromas. Spiced, with hints of mocha and blackberries, this is a delicately perfumed wine with elegant sweetness. The DOC “Luján de Cuyo” was created in 1989 with the objective of protecting and regulating the farming and production techniques of the Malbec varietal, which is native of the Luján de Cuyo region. As it happens with the most demanding Denominations of the world, a wine with DOC Lujan de Cuyo certification must read more...It shows an intense violet color and displays ripe cherry and plum aromas. Spiced, with hints of mocha and blackberries, this is a delicately perfumed wine with elegant sweetness. The DOC “Luján de Cuyo” was created in 1989 with the objective of protecting and regulating the farming and production techniques of the Malbec varietal, which is native of the Luján de Cuyo region. As it happens with the most demanding Denominations of the world, a wine with DOC Lujan de Cuyo certification must comply with a strict protocol that begins at the vineyard and finishes once the wine has been produced, after obtaining the approval of the Regulating Commission. “La Linda” Vineyard. Vistalba. Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza. 960 m above sea level Paring: Red meat - Partridge, quail, turkey - Roasts - Hard cheese. (hide)

Vineyard

Luigi Bosca

Varietal

Malbec

Style

Red

Region

MendozaArgentina

It shows an intense violet color and displays ripe cherry and plum aromas. Spiced, with hints of mocha and blackberries, this is a delicately perfumed wine with elegant sweetness. The DOC “Luján de Cuyo” was created in 1989 with the objective of protecting and regulating the farming and production techniques of the Malbec varietal, which is native of the Luján de Cuyo region. As it happens with the most demanding Denominations of the world, a wine with DOC Lujan de Cuyo certification must read more...It shows an intense violet color and displays ripe cherry and plum aromas. Spiced, with hints of mocha and blackberries, this is a delicately perfumed wine with elegant sweetness. The DOC “Luján de Cuyo” was created in 1989 with the objective of protecting and regulating the farming and production techniques of the Malbec varietal, which is native of the Luján de Cuyo region. As it happens with the most demanding Denominations of the world, a wine with DOC Lujan de Cuyo certification must comply with a strict protocol that begins at the vineyard and finishes once the wine has been produced, after obtaining the approval of the Regulating Commission. “La Linda” Vineyard. Vistalba. Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza. 960 m above sea level Paring: Red meat - Partridge, quail, turkey - Roasts - Hard cheese. (hide)

Expert Reviews
  • Wine Enthusiast
    Rating: 89/100 - As reviewed by Wine Enthusiast.