Achával Ferrer Bella Vista 2011

Achával Ferrer Bella Vista

¥14,000

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Bella Vista, home of the winery, is amplitude and space, a reflection of the immensity of Mendoza River.

It stands out for its balsamic notes and a smoothly weaved texture. It is elegant and perfumed, with prominent juicy and an endless, long-lingering finish.

Bella Vista is a women dressed in silk.

About this Wine


Country Argentina
Region Mendoza
Appellation Mendoza
Winery Achával Ferrer
Vintage 2011
Color Red
Varietal(s) 100% Malbec
Closure Natural Cork
Volume 750ml
Bottle Size 750
Case Size 12
Alcohol 14%
Product Code 3805011
Inventory Sold Out

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Tasting notes

This wine emphasizes all the characteristics of this unique cepage with its concentration, purity, dark color and youthful aroma. It has a nose that mixes blackberry and black cherry fruit tones with some floral nuances. 

Pairing

Ideal serving temperature between 60.8 and 64.4 degrees F.

Strongly recommend decanting this wine at least an hour before drinking. 

Cellaring

15 years

Production


Viticulture

Hand harvested, March 9th, 2011

Vinification

The wine is matured for 15 months in French oak barrels. Extra attention is paid to maintain the necessary balance between the wood and the fruit without losing its spontaneity. 

Winery


Winery Description

Achával-Ferrer was founded in 1998 based on two sound principles: the search for the highest quality in all products and respect for the terroir. The idea was to make full use of the extreme personality of Argentina’s soil, its plentiful sunshine and the rarity of its ancient, upgrafted vineyards, almost an exclusivity in today’s world of viticulture.

Achával-Ferrer is based on the friendship and respect of two very strong cultures, the Italian and the Argentinian. The sharp and intuitive vision of Italian winemaker Robert Cipresso, has led to a greater understanding of terroir in a way that is unprecedented in Argentina.

The vineyards are located in the province of Mendoza, Argentina, at the foot of the Andes mountain range. The desert -like conditions of soil and climate are ideal for growing Malbec and other red varieties. Low yields, poor and well drained soils, great thermal amplitude (warm days and cold nights): everything combines to ripen grapes that can be made into balanced, complex, deep, structured wines.

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