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Navarro Correas Cabernet 750ml 2011
Sku: 10981
Cassis, black olive, a touch of herbs and hints of vanilla. Ripe blackberries and cherries are carried through by the full-bodied but supple tannins. Pair with savory beef and pork BBQ.
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Country: Argentina
Region: Cuyo
Sub-Region: Mendoza
Grape Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon
Type: Still wine
Reg. $20.69
On Sale $17.99
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Cassis, black olive, a touch of herbs and hints of vanilla. Ripe blackberries and cherries are carried through by the full-bodied but supple tannins. Pair with savory beef and pork BBQ.
Wine maker notes
Long regarded as one of Argentina’s most famous wine regions, Mendoza has all the elements for growing top-notch grapes. Framed against the snow-capped Andes Mountain, the vines are rooted in rocky, alluvial soils. These well-drained soils produce concentrated richness as the fruit struggles for water and nutrients. The variation between daytime and nighttime temperatures is also helpful. At this high altitude, days are warm and sunny and nights can be extremely cold. This further intensifies the flavors, producing small, concentrated berries with ripe sugars and bright acidity. Our Cabernet Sauvignon was hand harvested and placed, whole berry, into stainless steel tanks for fermentation at low temperatures. This retained the bright fruit flavors of the grapes and kept a pop of fresh flavors. To extract the maximum flavors and colors, we used regular pump-overs throughout fermentation. The wine was then aged for 12 months with 40 percent French oak, complementing the bright fruit flavors with structure and spice.

Producer
The history of Nieto Senetiner dates back to 1888, when a group of Italian immigrants founded the winery and planted the first vineyards in Vistalba, Lujan de Cuyo, in the Province of Mendoza. The winery was managed by different families during the first decades of the past century; hence the architectural style of the Italian countryside that still remains today. In the year 1969, the winery was acquired by the family Nieto Senetiner, who expanded the premises starting a new period f growth. In the year 1998 the winery became part of the Group Molinos Rio de la Plata. The winery is consolidated as a leader among wines and sparkling wines, from medium quality to high-end wines. The company is entirely committed to the highest quality and wine making standards, which are sustained by an ongoing plan of investments in new estates and technology.