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Bodega Noemia 'A Lisa' Malbec 2019
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This is a red wine imageBodega Noemia 'A Lisa' Malbec 2019

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James Suckling 93
This is really creamy and delicious with sliced-plum and light earth aromas and flavors. Hints of redwood. Medium-bodied, firm and silky. Subtle and firm. Focused. Drink or hold.~JS

A Lisa, dedicated to the grandmother of the Hanss family, is a blend of 90 Malbec and 10 Merlot, cultivated organically. A dense violet and plum color, with a bouquet of dark berries, cherry, minerals and cocoa. Medium-bodied with an excellent structure, notes of cherry and ... read more
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Item ID: #39726
Shelf at store:64d
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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James Suckling 93
This is really creamy and delicious with sliced-plum and light earth aromas and flavors. Hints of redwood. Medium-bodied, firm and silky. Subtle and firm. Focused. Drink or hold.~JS

A Lisa, dedicated to the grandmother of the Hanss family, is a blend of 90 Malbec and 10 Merlot, cultivated organically. A dense violet and plum color, with a bouquet of dark berries, cherry, minerals and cocoa. Medium-bodied with an excellent structure, notes of cherry and cassis with balanced, persistent tannins. A flexible wine that can be served by the glass on its own. Pairs well with pasta, fish, white meats and red meats.~Winery Notes

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Bodega NoemiaBodega Noemia de Patagonia is an authentic project that brought Contessa Cinzano and Hans Vinding-Diers into the remote Rio Negro Valley of Patagonia. In 2000, they were inspired by the potential of the region after discovering exceptional wines from the 1930's and 1940's, cellared at the oldest winery in the area. A scouting mission of the Rio Negro Valley ensued, resulting in the purchase of the semi-abandoned Bodega Noemia property. At 39 degrees latitude, Bodega Noemia is one of the southernmost wineries in the world. This region has a history of glaciers, poor soil and, limestone-rich bedrock. Flowing from the Andes, the Limay and Neuquen rivers bring mineral-rich water to this arid zone. A desert climate at heart, a large thermal amplitude graces the property, and the Andes bestow constant winds on the area, virtually eliminating the threat of most diseases. Combined, these factors create an environment that is ideal for making mineral-rich wines with vibrant hints of fruit. The restoration of the vineyards began in 2001 with the goal of crafting fine wines that expressed the unique desert terroir. First planted in 1932, the original pre-phylloxera rootstock of the vineyards was carefully resuscitated, and Vinding-Diers oversaw the estate's Massale selections in order to create vineyard compositions tailored to the land. To further amplify the terroir's signature in the final wines, fermentation was carried out using only indigenous yeasts. The comittment to protecting this unique patrimony also led to the decision to cultivate almost all Bodega Noemia wines according to Argencert organic and Demeter biodynamic standards. The time and effort put into the vineyard has paid off with exceptional wines. The debut of Bodega Noemia's 2001 vintage was a critical success and each subsequent vintage has followed with impressive results, making Bodega Noemia one of the most acclaimed properties in South America.

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