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Estacion 1883 Bonarda, Trapiche Award Winning

Estacion 1883 Bonarda, Trapiche 2014



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  • Variety

  • Great aromas of ripe plums, blackberries, spice and liquorice. Succulent and rich on the palate, with bags of fruit and a juicy and ever so slightly spicy finish.

  • When to drink

    Drink now or keep for 2-3 years
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Press ReviewPress

‘Juicy fruit, savoury with spicy oak and ripe tannins, in a mouthwatering style,’ said Raphael Thierry of Street XO, with Alessandro de Angelis of Jamavar finding it ‘smooth and rounded with soft tannins and some balsamic character’.

Silver MedalSommelier Wine Awards 2017

But there’s more to Argentinian wine than Malbec; two lesser known wines worth discovering are made from the country’s most prolific red and white grape varieties. First up, Bonarda, a grape variety which plays second fiddle to Malbec’s leading violin, but is the country’s most prolific grape and one of my favourites in this instance, Trapiche Estacion 1883 Bonarda. Less macho, more seductively feminine is an inference that comes to mind; scented with violets and super-ripe forest fruits, this is sumptuous, and soft as velvet with a gently spiced and bitter chocolate edge. Great all rounder for chillier days, perfect with rich stews and spicy chilli.

Angela MountBath Magazine

Generous in black fruit. This speaks very much of Bonarda, with its round, voluptuous texture and its sweet, mellow flavours. Best served a little cool.

Decanter Magazine, October 2017

Food recommendation

Ideal with grilled red meats and rich tomato pasta dishes

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