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  • There are aromas of fresh cherries balanced with toast and vanilla, from aging in American oak.
  • The wine is fresh due to its natural acidity, with rounded tannins.
  • The wood is very subtle and blends seamlessly with the fruity flavour.
 

Tasting Notes
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Colour Purple-Red
Nose Dark purple-red colour, a very seductive, fragrant bouquet, enhanced with strong, ripe berry aromas, woody barrel notes.
Palate A rich palate of fruit extract, full and ample, already very harmonious, a strong structure, aromatic presence and good tannic structure.
Food Pairing Meat, grilled food, pasta, cheese
Cellaring Ready, but will Keep
Notes Mixed with notes of strawberry jam in nice balance with hints of rosemary, and black raspberry. Soft and elegant sweet tannins which remind of raspberry jam. Its aftertaste is fruity with a hint of smoky oak. Well-balanced with a lingering finish.
Variety Cabernet Sauvignon
Body Medium Bodied
Oak Type French & American
Vintage 2014
Region Mendoza
Country Argentina
Sustainability None
Alcohol 14.0%
Bottle Size 750ml (Bottle)
Closure Cork
Bodega Septima
Septima Winery sits in the shadow of the majestic Andes mountain range in the province of Mendoza, where winemaker Paula Borgo oversees a portfolio of wines from sparkling to classic Argentine varietals. “Septima Winery works as a team every day to constantly innovate and seek new opportunities to surprise our clients. We favour quality in terms of value for money. We want to produce wines our clients can enjoy, share and remember, both in special as in everyday experiences," says Paula.



Septima has over 150 hectares under vine, surrounding its striking winery complex. Its architecture and construction style, the materials used and the arrangement of spaces make it a standout among the recent generation of wineries in Mendoza. The construction has been inspired by the ancestral dry-stone wall system, a technique to build walls widely used by the native huarpes that consists in stacking up natural stones.
Mendoza
Mendoza is by far the largest wine region in Argentina. Located on a high-altitude plateau at the edge of the Andes Mountains, the province is responsible for roughly 70 percent of the country's annual wine production. The French grape variety Malbec has its New World home in the vineyards of Mendoza, producing red wines of great concentration and intensity.



The province lies on the western edge of Argentina, across the Andes Mountains from Chile. While the province is large (it covers a similar area to the state of New York), its viticultural land is clustered mainly in the northern part, just south of Mendoza City. Here, the regions of Lujan de Cuyo, Maipu and the Uco Valley are home to some of the biggest names in Argentinian wine.



This soil in this region is alluvial with rocky subsoil. It possesses sediments of sand, silt and clay. Its little organic matter restraints the grapevine’s growth and this results in excellent quality grapes suitable for winemaking. Malbec wines from this area hold outstanding features; red and violet tones with great intensity.

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