Deep red in color, this wine displays aromas of red fruit, chocolate, and coffee. On the palate, there is a lot of personality with flavors of cherries and raspberries mixed with hints of cocoa and espresso bean. This wine has great structure and a persistent fruit-filled finish.
Sourced from vineyards in Lujan de Cuyo at an elevation of 3,181 feet, this wine is true to its varietal. Bonarda is quickly becoming a main grape in Argentina, second only to the country’s star, Malbec. Originally from Italy, this grape flourishes in Argentina and pairs well with a variety of foods.
|Grilled or roasted chicken, risotto with mushrooms, beef or cheese filled ravioli with tomato based sauce.