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Esta interesante cepa proveniente del Piamonte italiano o de la cepa francesa corbeau noir (existe amplia polémica), es hoy por hoy la uva de mayor proyección en Argentina. Por muchos años se utilizó como base para producción de vinos de corte (mezcla de diversas uvas), pero dadas sus inigualables características, ahora es la segunda cepa más pl...

Esta interesante cepa proveniente del Piamonte italiano o de la cepa francesa corbeau noir (existe amplia polémica), es hoy por hoy la uva de mayor proyección en Argentina. Por muchos años se utilizó como base para producción de vinos de corte (mezcla de diversas uvas), pero dadas sus inigualables características, ahora es la segunda cepa más plantada en Argentina.

Los vinos producto de esta uva son armoniosos, con taninos elegantes y atractivos aromas a frutos negros, cedro y de forma muy específica, helecho.

Es una variedad bastante difícil de obtener. Tiene un ciclo de maduración muy largo. Hay que llegar a un punto de madurez alto de la fruta para lograr un buen vino. El racimo es bastante compacto y apretado, por lo que sufre enfermedades criptogámicas (enfermedades que se producen en la planta) fácilmente.

La bonarda, que se cultiva en Argentina desde hace muchos años, se aclimató a la perfección en aquel país sudamericano. Mientras que en 1936 se registraba un cultivo de 6,000 hectáreas, para el año 2001 ya se superaban las 15,000, por debajo únicamente de la tradicional uva malbec.

Con relación al enigma de su origen, hoy tenemos una explicación probable. La corbeau noir es originaria de la Savoya francesa y del Piamonte italiano. Estas son zonas vecinas, separadas por los Alpes, y han estado tradicionalmente muy conectadas.

Un buen vino bonarda se caracteriza a la vista por su color rojo rubí intenso con tonalidades violáceas y púrpuras. En la nariz es intenso y se encuentran aromas a frutos del bosque maduros (moras, cassis y cerezas) con atrayentes toques especiados. En boca su ataque es agradable y de buena intensidad. Una de las características más importantes se ve expresada en la suavidad de los taninos bien maduros amalgamados con la fruta.

Como claro ejemplo de la evolución de los vinos bonarda de Argentina, me permito sugerir el vino Lurton Boyarda, cosecha 2007, de Mendoza (Valle de Uco), que cumple cabalmente con la anterior descripción y adicionalmente presenta interesantes aromas herbáceos, destacando laurel y tomillo. Su proceso de elaboración cuenta con una fermentación alcohólica a bajas temperaturas, poco tiempo de encubado en acero inoxidable, fermentación maloláctica en cuba y clarificación previa al embotellado.

Este vino se puede beber sin problemas a unos 15-16 grados y acompañar comidas medianamente condimentas y ligeramente picantes

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  • This great bonarda has a violet red color. Its aromas are reminiscent of fresh red fruits like raspberries and black fruits like blueberries. It is fresh, persistent and with a long and exquisite finish.

  • Intense and deep ruby red color with blackish tones. On the nose, aromas reminiscent of raspberry, grenadine and mixed with delicate notes of vanilla and spices provided by its aging in barrels. In the mouth its fruity expression surprises again accompanied by a smooth texture that leaves a long finish in the mouth.

  • Intense, lively red, with violet edges. On the nose, the characteristic black fruit of the variety stands out, well assembled with the aromas of coffee and cocoa provided by the oak barrel. In the mouth, the fruit character unfolds, it is fresh and broad in its expression. A very noble exponent of the varietal, highly drinkable and balanced.

  • Intense ruby color with bright aromas of fresh red and black raspberries and subtle notes of smoked oak. The taste of freshly crushed raspberries is reflected on the palate, along with notes of leather, dark chocolate, and a hint of sandalwood on the finish. Although quite rich and hedonistic, the perfect structure of this wine makes it a candidate to...

  • Intense purplish red color. Aromas of red fruits, plum prevail. The palate is elegant, the vanilla provided by the wood is appreciated. Well structured, its finish is long and persistent.

  • Que sea sangre Bonarda es un vino joven, fresco, frutado y mineral. En este caso el Bonarda tiene 4% de Cabernet Franc, el cual le aporta acidez y notas de morr asado en boca que otorga complejidad, pero sin dejar de ser un varietal Bonarda de zona fr.

  • Intense and concentrated wine, cherry red in color with violet hues. In harmonious combination with its characteristic aroma of strawberries and raspberries, its notes of chocolate and tobacco stand out. Unctuous and complex, it leaves a long memory in the mouth, where its ripe tannins contributed during its passage through wood stand out.

  • Gold with steely reflections. Aromatic intensity, fruity and with notes of toast. Enveloping, with a light acidity that gives it freshness

  • On the nose there is a characteristic typical of the skin: notes of abundant red fruit, with some balsamic touch, followed by a fairly intense vanilla, ideal for those looking for a wine where the wood is not disguised and has a presence. It presents very juicy, with well-worked tannins and something sweet that give it some structure - within what this...

  • Intense and concentrated wine, cherry red in color with violet hues. In harmonious combination with its characteristic aroma of strawberries and raspberries, its notes of chocolate and tobacco stand out. Unctuous and complex, it leaves a long memory in the mouth, where its ripe tannins contributed during its passage through wood stand out.

  • This wine comes from a small plot in a vineyard over 80 years old whose yields in kilos of grapes per plant are extremely low, thereby achieving exceptional concentration and complexity. Intense aromas of licorice, green spices such as oregano and thyme, and mouthfeel with great volume and persistence.

  • Beautiful red color with violet tones. On the nose it presents red berries, spices and chocolate. A complex wine, rich with soft ripe tannins and a long finish.

  • Beautiful red color with purple tones. On the nose it presents red fruits combined with hints of mint and chocolate. A complex wine, rich with soft ripe tannins and a long finish.

  • Sight: it is impetuous, with an intense and bright purple color.

  • Varietal generous in intensity of color that tends to purplish red passing through violet glints. Primary aromas of blackberries, raspberries, with a spicy background yielded by its aging in French oak barrels for 9 months and an elegant bouquet obtained from its aging in the bottle. The palate is pleasant, sweet and with soft tannins.

  • Color rojo violeo muy intenso. Aromas a frutas rojas, frambuesa, con un fondo especiado, acompado con delicados toques de vainilla aportados por la crianza en roble. Elegante en boca, agradable y amable. Taninos suaves y aterciopelados. Equilibrado, con notas especiadas, frutas rojas, chocolate, caf Ideal para acompar carnes y vegetales grillados, pastas...

  • Violet in color with an evolution to deep ruby red. On the nose it surprises with abundant red and black fruit combined with some spices and a particular note of white chocolate. Slightly sweet in the mouth, enveloping, with good acidity and length.

  • Marked notes of fresh fruit, elegant tannins, intense violet colors and vanilla notes from the American oak that make a perfect combination with the varietal.

  • Intense ruby red color with dark violet flashes. Aromas of red fruits, mint, eucalyptus, new leather, coffee and chocolate. In the mouth, the concentration of fruit stands out, as well as intense and marked tannins. Good acid and intense column. chocolate and leather that gives its passage through wood a marked sweetness and harmony

  • Paso a Paso is a garage wine project promoted by Norberto Pz and Sebasti Bisole. It is deep violaceo well characteristic of the strain, on the nose it displays an aromatic palette that goes from fresh fruit to herbaceous to spicy notes and a smoky background. It has a sweet entry and vibrant acidity, its tannins are sweet. Great persistence and spicy...

  • Red and blue colors. Buttery in the mouth with notes of strawberry jelly that can also be perceived on the nose. Sweet tomato and herbal notes. Aged for 14 months in French oak

  • Delicious Bonarda, juicy, very fruity, somewhat floral, with balanced acidity and a very good volume in the mouth.

  • Color: Intense red with purple reflections Aroma: Notes of ripe red fruit amalgamated with spices Taste: Good body and firm tannins, good balance of fruit, pepper and chocolate

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