Fabre Montmayou Cabernet Franc 2014
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Decanter 94
"You'd expect a Bordeaux winemaker to be good at producing Cabernet Franc, and that's the case with Herve Fabre. This comes from Pedriel, and sees no new oak at all, allowing the cool, grassy, spicy perfume of the grape to express itself. Leafy, yet voluptuous, with plenty of structure."

Wine Advocate 88
"The 2014 Cabernet Franc Reserva is grapy and juicy, nothing herbal about it, and has some cracked peppercorn aromas. It has a soft texture ... read more
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Item ID: #22728
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Decanter 94
"You'd expect a Bordeaux winemaker to be good at producing Cabernet Franc, and that's the case with Herve Fabre. This comes from Pedriel, and sees no new oak at all, allowing the cool, grassy, spicy perfume of the grape to express itself. Leafy, yet voluptuous, with plenty of structure."

Wine Advocate 88
"The 2014 Cabernet Franc Reserva is grapy and juicy, nothing herbal about it, and has some cracked peppercorn aromas. It has a soft texture with polished tannins and acidity. A sleek Cab Franc. 35,000 bottles."

Intense red color. Exuberant nose with red and black fruit aromas and a hint of mint. On the palate it is fresh and well balanced, with a long finish and round tannins.

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Fabre MontmayouHervé Joyaux Fabre, owner and winemaker of Fabre Montmayou, was born in Bordeaux, France, to a family of wine negociants.
When he arrived in Argentina in the early 90’s looking for opportunities to invest in vineyards and start a winery, Hervé was impressed by the potential for Malbec in Mendoza.

As a true visionary, he bought very old Malbec vineyards, planted in 1908, and built the Fabre Montmayou winery with real boutique style and essence. Once the winery in Mendoza was established Hervé then decided to buy vineyards and a winery in Rio Negro, Patagonia. He realised the unique cool climate of this southern region combined with the “terroir” made it possible to create great wines that are very different in style from those produced in Mendoza.

His passion and “savoir faire” did the rest. Also, his partnership with his wife, Diane, enabled him to begin producing exceptional wines that have achieved international acclaim and are enjoyed in over twenty countries. Hervé crafts the wines, meticulous in his approach to ensure every step of the process is carried out to his instruction. Diane takes control when the wine is ready to be shipped out to customers. She looks after everything from the corks to customers and beyond.

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