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Wine Tamari, Malbec DO

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Tasting Notes

Color

Wine rich purple color.

Taste

Mellow taste of wine filled with notes of ripe juicy fruits on a background of delicate silky tannins. Sustainable, seductive finish.

Aroma

Expressive, rich flavor of the wine reveals notes of black currant, vanilla and spices.

Gastronomy

The wine goes well with red meat, pasta or meat under the tomato sauce.

Interesting Facts

Dry red wine Tamari, Malbec comes from Argentina - namely, the famous wine region of Mendoza. Here, in the foothills of the Andes, on the high plateau successfully cultivated black Malbec grapes imported from France in the XVI century. Currently in Mendoza is the most demanded type of grape, through which over the past decade, Argentina regained its status as a leading producer of quality wines from the New World.
The most important aspect of good ripening grape vineyards is the height above sea level. Vineyard Tupungato, owned by Tamari, located at the optimum height 900-1100 meters above sea level. Bright sunny days, warm, dry climate, significant differences of day and night temperatures and westerly winds from the Andes contribute to the expansion of the growing season of ripening grapes. Berries acquire rich, complex flavor and juicy, concentrated, fruity, with good acidity and freshness. The soils of the region are ideal for viticulture - rocky, sandy, with a small amount of organic matter, they force the vines to produce limited yields, but very high quality. Always warm and dry weather during the grape harvest allows you to collect berries in full compliance with their ripeness. Grapes has reached full maturity, tear by hand. Fermentation is carried out in a stainless steel tank at a temperature of 24 ° C. Wine is aged in oak barrels for 3 months. Wine Tamari, Malbec - expressive, flavorful, well-balanced, with ripe fruit tones, fully expresses the unique character of its origin.

Producer's description

Tamari wine company founded in 2002 in the famous region of Mendoza, Argentina. Currently, the company is a member of Viña San Pedro Tarapaca (Viña San Pedro Tarapacá - VSPT), which brings together eight producers from Chile and Argentina. The main goal is to satisfy the demand of the global market in high-quality and affordable wines from the New World.
Tamari language Huarpe, Indigenous Mendoza province, means "do everything with passion, love and feeling." This name was chosen not without reason, because it most accurately expresses the delicate and painstaking work of women collecting grapes, and the experience and dedication of local enologist Andrea Ferreira (also a woman). "Passion" is indeed reflected in everything and during the grape growing and wine-making at all stages. Sun and fertile soil combined with love and hard work of company employees give rise to wine "with the scent of the mountains and the sky."

For wine Tamari company uses both traditional and modern methods of winemaking. Continuous quality control to grow grapes and hard work experienced team of oenologists contribute to the creation of intense, well-balanced wines that fully express the unique terroir of the best vineyards in the country. The winery harvests come from the vineyards of Famatina, Pedriel, Agrelo and valleys of Uco, which are created from the line of premium wines, vintage wines (Reserva) and varietal wines from grapes Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay.
In recent years, the winery Tamari significantly expanded market for alcoholic beverages, wine exporting to more than 60 countries.

Features

  • Color depth: saturated
  • Body/Saturation: average
  • Serving temperature: 15-17 °С
  • Website: http://www.tamari.com
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