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Via Revolucionaria! Bonarda Pura 2013

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*92 Points - Tim Atkin ARGENTINA 2015 Special Report* Michelini Brothers make their wines in very small quantities in Gualtallary, an increasingly prized sub-region of the Uco Valley. The wine is not called Revolucionaria for nothing. This one is a Bonarda that has been made using whole bunch fermentation, a la Beaujolais. Very dark in colour, cherry ade on the nose with a whiff of raspberry bubble gum; prickly and tangy on the palate with delightful acidity that make it feel more like a zesty white with a full-bodied difference in the mouth. This wants to be chilled and enjoyed on hot days or with spicy foods, and at only 12.5% alcohol it is a breath of fresh air from Mendoza. "It's treated like a certain style of red Burgundy, with 100% whole bunches and tastes like one too, with sappy raspberry and red cherry and a chalky tang." - 92 / 100 Tim Atkin ARGENTINA 2015 Special Report

Region: Argentina » Mendoza

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Color: Red
Varietal: Bonarda
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Michelini's is a well-established, award winning, family owned wine company, located in the heart of the Alpine Valley Wine Region at Myrtleford, Victoria, Australia. Through our innovations in grape growing, wine making in the cool climate of the Alpine Region and the marketing of a Premium brand that offers a superior valued product, our aim is to exceed the quality expectations of our customers

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*92 Points - Tim Atkin ARGENTINA 2015 Special Report* Michelini Brothers make their wines in very small quantities in Gualtallary, an increasingly prized sub-region of the Uco Valley. The wine is not called Revolucionaria for nothing. This one is a Bonarda that has been made using whole bunch fermentation, a la Beaujolais. Very dark in colour, cherry ade on the nose with a whiff of raspberry bubble gum; prickly and tangy on the palate with delightful acidity that make it feel more like a zesty white with a full-bodied difference in the mouth. This wants to be chilled and enjoyed on hot days or with spicy foods, and at only 12.5% alcohol it is a breath of fresh air from Mendoza. "It's treated like a certain style of red Burgundy, with 100% whole bunches and tastes like one too, with sappy raspberry and red cherry and a chalky tang." - 92 / 100 Tim Atkin ARGENTINA 2015 Special Report

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