Winter flowers, Madagascar vanilla bean, chocolate and tiramisu on the nose. Polished tannins, honey like texture and a lovely sweetness accompanies by a long finish.
‘Viñedo de los Vientos’ translates into “Vineyard of the Winds” and is located where the river Plate estuary and the Atlantic Ocean meet, providing clean cool ocean breezes and an ideal climate for the maturation of fine wine grapes.
Any chocolate based dessert, including coffee, vanilla and dark cherries such as tiramisu, black forest gateau or chocolate fondant.
Viticulture: Low yields and hand harvesting is employed to ensure only the best fruit is used.
Vinification: Made by combining two different Italian winemaking techniques, Barolo Chinato (where wine is infused with herbs) and Marsala (fortified with grape spirit). Inspired in these techniques the winemakers aromatises and fortifies the base wine, that has been aged in oak barrels for several years.
NV – 4 stars Harpers Wine Stars (Star Design)
Incredible dessert wine. Worth every penny. I was introduced to this wine by the sommelier in a high-end Mayfair restaurant and subsequently had to track it down. Goes with the richest of rich chocolate puddings.