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Gran Enemigo Chacayes Single Vineyard 2014

Gran Enemigo Chacayes Single Vineyard

2014
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£88.10

/ 0.75 L btl
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Spec sheet

TypeRed wine
Region
Grapes
Producer
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti13.9%
Production6,000 bottles

The wine

The Gran Enemigo Chacayes Single Vineyard is another of the exceptional Cabernet Francs made by the idealists at Bodega Aleanna, using grapes from the stony alluvial soils in the Chacayes area.

The prestigious magazine Wine Advocate awarded it 96 points on the Parker ratings. It has a deep ruby-red colour, an intense freshness, and its aromas of blackcurrants, blueberries, violets, liquorice and minerals delight the nose. In the mouth, it is a well-defined wine with character and body. Energetic and lively, the Chacayes is definitely another stroke of genius from Adrianna Catena and Alejandro Vigil.

What does this wine taste like?

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Ruby red / Deep
Bouquet
Black fruit / Redcurrants / Blueberries / Spices / Liquorice / Mineral notes
Mouth
Saline / Fruit-forward / With body / Characterful / Balanced / Dense / Long

Drinking and storing

Serve between 15ºC and 17ºC

Ratings and awards

201896 SK
201696+ PK99 SK
201496 PK
PK: ParkerSK: Suckling

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Vineyards

SoilAlluvial / Stony
ClimateMountain

The winery

Bodega Aleanna

Bodega Aleanna

Argentina is sharply back in focus. It has tremendous potential and in recent years a new batch of young winemakers has been showing how much more there is to discover. The world of wine is evolving and so too in this South American country, where one of the foremost figures answers to the name of Alejandro Vigil, the 'Elvis Presley of wines', 'wine's answer to Messi' or straight to the point and literally, 'the wine beast', although he prefers to describe himself as a simple...

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