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Viu Manent - Single Vineyard San Carlos Malbec 2017

Viu Manent - Single Vineyard San Carlos Malbec 2017

Type Red
Grapes Malbec
Country/Region Chile, Colchagua Valley
Food pairing Meat, Beef, Lamb, Poultry
Vintage 2017
Alcohol 13.5%
Product number: 296056
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£131.94 £112.15
Price per bottle: £18.70
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This wine displays aromas of black fruits such as wild blackberries and blackcurrants along with subtle nutty and floral notes. The palate is fresh, with tremendous volume and sweet, round, elegant tannins leading to a pleasing and persistent finish.

The Single Vineyard selection showcases special sites with strong individual character within Viu Manents estate. This Malbec is made from 100 year old vines from blocks 5 and 6 of the San Carlos vineyard located near the town of Cunaco in the Colchagua Valley. Rain in the winter, warm dry summer days and cool nights coupled with sea and mountain breezes create the perfect micro climate for grape production.

About Viu Manent
Viu Manent was founded in 1935 and are one of the longest established producers in the region in the renowned Colchagua Valley and cover 260 hectares over 3 locations: San Carlos, La Capilla and El Olivar. Viu Manent craft wines from Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Viognier for whites and Malbec, Syrah, Carménère, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot for reds. They are highly respected and particularly known for the high quality of their Malbecs. Operating internationally their wines have been recognised in many major international wine competitions. In 2010 they were named the most awarded Chilean winery in a survey of gold medals and trophies awarded in major international competitions by Vitis magazine.

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