Familia Deicas Single Vineyard Malbec O'Briens Wine 30054 WINE

Familia Deicas Single Vineyard Malbec

Argentina

€25.95

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Familia Deicas are a pioneering winemaking family in Uruguay, but this wine comes from the Perdriel single-vineyard of ancient (100-yr-old) vines grown at 990 metres above sea level, in the Luján de Cuyo sub-region of Mendoza in Argentina. These gnarled old vines produce a small quantity of incredible quality grapes. Floral and bright with plum and blueberry fruit flavours backed up with a distinct minerality. Careful use of oak (only 30% of the wine is oaked) frames the primary fruit flavours to give a surprisingly fresh finish. A spectacular example of the Luján de Cuyo terroir.

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Familia Deicas Single Vineyard Malbec

Argentina

Familia Deicas are a pioneering winemaking family in Uruguay, but this wine comes from the Perdriel single-vineyard of ancient (100-yr-old) vines grown at 990 metres above sea level, in the Luján de Cuyo sub-region of Mendoza in Argentina. These gnarled old vines produce a small quantity of incredible quality grapes. Floral and bright with plum and blueberry fruit flavours backed up with a distinct minerality. Careful use of oak (only 30% of the wine is oaked) frames the primary fruit flavours to give a surprisingly fresh finish. A spectacular example of the Luján de Cuyo terroir.

€25.95

  • You’ll earn 75 loyalty points

This product is not available

  • Shiraz / Syrah
  • Umami
  • 14%
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Uruguay

Familia Deicas

Juan Carlos Deicas founded Establecimiento Juanicó in 1979 and his son and grandson still run the business. The estate grows grapes across 300 hectares of vineyards in southern Uruguay.

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