Clean and bright, deep violet. It reveals floral notes of violets together with fruit hues such as black cherries, typical of the variety. Its barrel aging adds aromas of cinnamon and coconut, contributing to is aromatic complexity. Alluring, unctuous and round. With silky tannins and velvety texture, the persistence of fruity and floral aromas is outstanding, resulting in an elegant, meaty and mouthwatering wine.
Medium bright ruby. Brooding, slightly medicinal aromas of blackberry, licorice, bitter chocolate and mint. The surprisingly sweet and fat in the mouth, with cassis, licorice and dark chocolate flavors that are primary without coming off as austere. This has the stuffing to support its substantial dusty tannins.
At the end of the 1950s, the famous French Champagne house, Moët & Chandon, realized there was an enormous potential for growth in South America. They sent their wine analyst, Renaud Poirier, to study the possibility of expansion. Monsieur Poirier finally proved that Luján de Cuyo, a region within the province of Mendoza, was the best place for the birth of fine wines. In 1960, Chandon Argentina was established, the first subsidiary of Moët &... View More