James Suckling 93
A complex malbec that shows violets, blueberries, strawberries, chocolate and hazelnuts. Hints of licorice too. Medium to full body, firm and well-integrated tannins and a deep and precise finish.~Winery Notes
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With total devotion and dedication to the land, four generations of winegrowers have dedicated themselves, for many years, to interpreting the intention of the vine.
The pillars on which Bodega Luigi Bosca has consolidated its trajectory have been its prestige based on the experience transmitted over the years, the constant and homogeneous quality of its wines and the permanent search for excellence through innovation and technology. advanced.
The Arizu have been protagonists of the great changes in national viticulture, even actively participating in the founding of the first DOC in Argentina, in 1989: the Luján de Cuyo Designation of Origin.
The permanent innovation, the spirit of work and the constant search to find the maximum expression of Argentine wine, which have always characterized the Arizu, have made the winery have achieved recognition based on offering wines with personality and their own style, which expresses the best characteristics of the terroir and represents the style of the region, its culture and its people.