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Los Haroldos Estate Bonarda
Los Haroldos Estate Bonarda

Los Haroldos Estate Bonarda

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Located just south of Mendoza City, Luján de Cuyo is home to some of the most famous names in Argentine wine and was the first region to be recognised as an appellation in 1993. 
Bodega Los Haroldos, owned by the Falasco family, is one of Argentina’s leading family-owned wineries. Today the fourth generation continues the story that began in 1939 when Haroldo Santos Falasco, known as ‘Don Lolo’, began to wheel his bicycle through the streets of his small hometown of Chacabuco, 200km west of Buenos Aires, selling his wines from the basket on the front. 

Los Haroldos Estate Bonarda wine has pure strawberry and blueberry fruit abound on the enticing nose. The palate is complex and layered with notes of cinnamon, cherry tobacco and plum fruits. Finely structured tannins provide texture whilst a clean acidity maintains freshness. The finish is long and displays blueberry compote, sweet smoke
and dark fruit. This wine underwent malolactic fermentation and was aged in French and American oak barrels for 6 months. Provençal inspired stews or grilled ribeye steak are perfect counterpoints to its intense fruit and Italian-inspired structure, though it is also a brilliant pairing for pizza and pasta dishes

Country: Argentina
Grapes: Bonarda 100%
ABV: 14%
Volume: 75cl
Suitable for Vegetarians:
Suitable for Vegans: Yes