Vino Garnacha Catena Zapata Dv...
Vino Garnacha Catena Zapata Dv...
Vino Garnacha Catena Zapata Dv...
Vino Garnacha Catena Zapata Dv...
Vino Garnacha Catena Zapata Dv...

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Vino Garnacha Catena Zapata Dv Garnacha 750 Ml


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This wine is a trilogy made in homage to Don Domingo Vicente Catena, Nicolás Catena Zapata's father, who in the 1930s was famous for his red blend, a wine he sold in Buenos Aires as one of the "finest in Mendoza". This wine originates from Lunlunta, Maipú; from the famous Angélica vineyard at 920 meters above sea level (planted in 1932).

Aged in 225-liter French oak barrels, 10% new and 90% 2nd and 3rd use, for 14 months. 6 months of bottle storage before its release. With refreshing aromas of red fruits such as strawberries and cherries, along with herbal and spicy notes such as lavender and cinnamon, it is a wine with a particularly smooth mouthfeel and gentle tannins. Medium-bodied and with a pleasant acidity that gives it a fresh and fluid passage, its oak ageing adds smoky notes.

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In the 30s of the last century, "Don Domingo" had made famous a red cut that was marketed in Buenos Aires in the most recognized restaurants of the time. "He made his wine with the best fruit from his Maipú and Rivadavia vineyards, to which he also added dark and concentrated grapes from his vineyard in the Uco Valley, at that time almost unknown to the rest of the winemakers." Therefore, it is a historic reissue of "that acclaimed wine, a blend of Malbec and Petit Verdot".

Both labels proudly display the legends "Historic White" and "Historic Tinto". But the third wine of the DV Catena Appelation line has its own history, but in this case due to the presence of a strain such as Garnacha, which has always been treated disparagingly but it must be said, Alejandro Vigil has found an elegance in it. Which brings it up to par, for example, of a typical Pinot Noir.

We recall that the winery had already entered with a D. V. Catena Clarete, also to honor "Don Domingo", but now it is doubling down with a one hundred percent Garnacha varietal with Lunlunta Appeal. This word, in the Huarpe language, means "stone that falls". The area extends along the course of the Mendoza River, "north of the hills of the same name, between Luján de Cuyo and Maipú."

Product Details

Estilo de vino
Tinto Persistentes de Cuerpo
Método de elaboración
Fermentación regular
Crianza en madera
Entre 900 y 1000 msnm
type of container
línea ó Segmento
Gran reserva
Región Atlántica
Zona Vitivinícola
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