Benegas - Estate - Malbec - 750 Ml.
Benegas - Estate - Malbec - 750 Ml.
Benegas - Estate - Malbec - 750 Ml.
Benegas - Estate - Malbec - 750 Ml.
Benegas - Estate - Malbec - 750 Ml.

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Benegas - Estate - Malbec - 750 Ml.

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Intense ruby ​​red color with violet reflections. Bright and clean. Aromas of ripe fruit such as strawberry and plum appear at the entrance of the mouth, with a touch of minerality typical of the areas of Gualtallary and Cruz de Piedra. It is a wine of medium intensity with soft and round tannins that unfold throughout the mouth. It is easy and attractive to drink, velvety and unctuous on the palate with a long finish.

 

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Crianza en madera
Height
Enólogo/a
type of container
Botle
País
Argentina
Provincia
Mendoza
Región
Mendoza
Sub-región
Terroir Blend
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Maridaje
Composición varietal
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About Benegas

In 1883, Federico Benegas Lynch's great-grandfather, Don Tiburcio Benegas founded the "El Trapiche" winery. Faced with the economic crisis that the province was going through, which was a producer of alfalfa and wheat, Don Tiburcio had the vision that Mendoza should be a great producer of fine wines worldwide (until that moment during the 19th century there were between 500 and 2,000 hectares of vineyards planted) and not only focuses on his project, but also encourages other producers to incorporate new techniques and plant fine varieties by distributing the stakes that he had brought from France to anyone who would like to plant vines. Thus Don Tiburcio became one of the most important personalities of 19th century American viticulture along with Agoston Haraszthy in California and Silvestre Ochagavia in Chile.

At the beginning of the '70s, when the Argentine wine industry was immersed in a crisis, the shareholders who controlled the family company Benegas Hnos. Decided to dissolve El Trapiche, and all the assets were sold separately: brands, vineyards, it was demolished. the winery and is sold subdivided.

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