Paso A Paso - Bonarda - 750ml.
Paso A Paso - Bonarda - 750ml.
Paso A Paso - Bonarda - 750ml.
Paso A Paso - Bonarda - 750ml.
Paso A Paso - Bonarda - 750ml.

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Paso A Paso - Bonarda - 750ml.

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With a deep violet color well characteristic of the strain, on the nose it displays an aromatic palette that ranges from fresh fruit to herbaceous, spicy notes and a smoky background. It has a sweet entry and a vibrant acidity, its tannins are sweet. Great persistence and spicy aftertaste.

 

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Description

Paso a Paso is a garage wine project promoted by Norberto Paez and Sebastián Bisole. Each bottle is the result of the conjunction of art, subtlety, adrenaline, and contemplation, understanding that everything is part of a process and that in order to obtain something unique with personality, the important thing is to advance step by step. Micro vinified wines made with an authentic artisan concept with meticulous care and personal monitoring by their own winemakers.

Product Details

Método de elaboración
Fermentación regular
Crianza en madera
Fermented in French oak barrels and stabilized in American oak barrels
Enólogo/a
type of container
Botle
País
Argentina
Provincia
Mendoza
Región
Mendoza
Sub-región
Recomendación
Lo compartiría con alguien especial
Maridaje
Pork bondiola with sweet potato puree
Composición varietal
100% bonarda
Graduación Alcohólica
12,5°
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About Paso A Paso

Norberto Páez and Sebastián Bisole, both agronomists, took their first steps in the experimental winery of the Enology Chair of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences of the U.N. Cuyo. After obtaining good results, and anxious to bring to the market a wine that carries its identity from the grape to the glass, they rented a garage and made their first cut of Malbec and Bonarda using plastic bins to ferment and barrels reconditioned by them for aging. . These wines fell into the category of Home Wine. Later they offered him space in the Palo Alto de Cruz de Piedra winery to start making the 2015 vintage that would end up being the two specimens that are on the market today: Paso a Paso Malbec and Paso a Paso Bonarda.

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