Familia Cassone - Gran Obra - Single...
Familia Cassone - Gran Obra - Single...
Familia Cassone - Gran Obra - Single...
Familia Cassone - Gran Obra - Single...
Familia Cassone - Gran Obra - Single...

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Familia Cassone - Gran Obra - Single Vineyard - Malbec - 750 Ml.

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$11,200.00

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Violet ruby ​​with great depth of color, dense and impassable. Presence of well-integrated ripe fruits with aromas of wood, with notes of vanilla, tobacco, chocolate, burnt coconut and spicy notes. Compote of black plum, ripe blackberries and fruits mixed with black pepper, cinnamon and cloves, with a vegetable presence of basil and light menthol. Full and dense, filling the entire palate in a delicate, silky and pleasant way. It has freshness, very fine and delicate tannins despite its strong presence. Silky tannins framed by a lively acidity that gives the wine personality and liveliness. The passage through the mouth is pleasant and leaves a long and lingering finish.

 

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In 1999 Eduardo Cassone, accompanied by his children, built a new winery in the traditional Mendoza style, in Mayor Drummond, Luján de Cuyo, where part of its vineyards are located, in what is known as the First Zone, to produce high quality wines. . Hot, sunny days and cool nights, with a high temperature range typical of Luján de Cuyo, guarantee the freshness and harmony of our wines. The winery produces different styles of wines differentiated by the vineyards that give rise to the grapes that compose them, as well as by the way they are made, thanks to the guidance and professionalism of its winemakers.

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About Familia Cassone

Bodega Familia Cassone is located in Mayor Drummond, Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza at 950 meters above sea level. It is framed by the Andes Mountains, with its majestic Aconcagua, a region considered the best wine-growing area in Argentina.

The winery was built in 1998 following the traditional Mendoza style, with high walls and pinotea ceilings, which provides a fresh, harmonious and natural environment for the wine. At the same time maintaining the uses and customs of artisanal production, state-of-the-art machinery was incorporated, stainless steel tanks specially built for the winery, modern refrigeration system and French and American oak barrels, state-of-the-art Italian bottling and labeling machine. technology.

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