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Trapiche Terroir Series Malbec Finca Ambrosia is a deep red colour with ruby hues. There are intense aromas of dark fruit with notes of smoke, mint, spices, thyme, graphite and licorice. In the mouth, it is fruity and minerally with gripping tannins and a lingering finish.
|When to Drink||Now|
|Region||Gualtallary, Tupungato, Mendoza. Altitude: 1307 meters a.s.l. Latitude: 33º 24’ South|
|Pairing||Ideal to serve with dishes prepared with red meats and game cooked in a plow disc, hard cheeses and smoked cold cuts.|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
Trapiche Terroir Series Malbec Finca Ambrosia is one of three single vineyard Malbecs from the 2010 viuntage released by Trapiche. Trapiche is one of the largest and most highly-regarded wineries in Argentina. Trapiche buy grapes from many different growers. Each year they choose three different single vineyard Malbec , from three different growers to represent the best Malbec that Trapiche can offer in a particular vintage. It is a great accolade for the growers to be chosen for this honour. Daniel Pi, Trapiche’s Head Winemaker, and his winemaking team have led the unification of vineyard management and winemaking at Trapiche, and are now recognised as the Malbec specialists of Argentina. Each single vineyard is located in different areas in Mendoza and at different altitudes, this variation in terroir leads to three markedly different wines. In 2010 the three single vineyards chosen for this privilege are Finca Ambrosia, Suarez Lastra and Orellana de Escobar. The Trapiche Terroir Series Malbec Finca Ambrosia 2010 is 100% Malbec from a single vineyard located at 1307m above sea level in the Gualtallary Valley, Tupungato, Mendoza. rnThe vineyard has been owned and run since 2003 by Carlos Charré.
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