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Navarro Correas, Colección Privada Malbec
Colección Privada Malbec


Tasting Notes: One of the great estates of the New World, Navarro Correas was founded in 1798, when Don Juan de Dios Correas planted vines in the Andes near Mendoza. Since then, Navarro Correas became an icon, and a major U.S. brand (before being sold, removed from the market in 2015). With huge investments by new owner Grupo Peñaflor, Navarro Correas is now back, better than ever! With vines at a stunning 900m, and as old as 100 years, Colección Privada Malbec has complex aromas of soy sauce, sage, leather and mocha, and a supple, succulent palate energized by its high-altitude acidity.

Location Mendoza, Argentina Soil Sandy and rocky
Estate Navarro Correas Vine Training: Vertical Shoot Position.
Age: 10 years old.
Density: High w/ low yields.
Winemaker Fernando Ravera,
Celia Lopez,
Fabian Gardino.
Vinification Manual harvesting. Fermentation in stainless steel tanks Maceration for 15 days.
Varietals 100% Malbec Barrel French Oak.
Residual Sugar 4.62 grams per liter Maturation 6 months in the barrel. 6 months in the bottle.
Acidity 5.21 grams per liter Vintage Production 80,000 cases.
Alcohol 13.5% by volume Foot Fairing Asada-style grilled beef and chicken, poblano salsa, and prime rib.
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