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Producer: Los HaroldosGrape Varieties: 100% BonardaOptimum Drinking: Within 5 yearsWine Style: Complex intense fruity redAlcohol by Volume: 13.5%Closure: CorkCountry: Argentina
Owned by ‘Familia Falasco’ who have over 40 years’ experience producing fine wines and are a top 5 leading Argentine producer located in San Martin (in the East of Mendoza)Los Haroldos own 3,000 hectares of vineyards in many of the prime locations, including vineyards in premier sub-region ‘La Consulta’ in the ‘Uco Valley’ which is 1,100 metres above sea level and offers a perfect micro-climate for producing fresh fruit driven wines.They have a modern winery with a production capacity of 45 million litres of fine wine, and from February to the end of April, it processes 55 million kilos of grapes.
Los Haroldos: is a leading wine within the Argentine domestic market and is experiencing significant export growth.
Pure strawberry and blueberry fruit abound on the enticing nose. The palate is complex and layered with cinnamon, cherry tobacco and plum fruits. Finely structured tannins provide texture whilst a clean acidity maintains freshness. The finish is long and displays blueberry pancakes, sweet smoke and dark fruit.
Awards & Recognition:
Top 50 Best Value from South America’ Decanter, October 2015
6 months in American oak barriques.
This is a complex wine that needs rich and heart-warming food. Provencal inspired stews or grilled ribeye steak are perfect counterpoints to its intense fruit and Italian-inspired structure.
Produced by: Bodegas Los Haroldos, a winery owned by ‘Familia Falasco’ and a top ten leading Argentine producer
Region: La Consulta, San Carlos, Uco Valley, MendozaAltitude: 900 meters above sea levelAlcohol: 13.5% ABV
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