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Masi Tupungato Passo Doble Rosso di Argentina 2010

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Masi Tupungato Passo Doble Rosso di Argentina 2010 750ml

Masi Tupungato Passo Doble Rosso di Argentina

This deep red-dark violet wine displays complex ripe red fruit aromas, with vegetal and licorice notes. Baked plum and cherry flavors are full-bodied with an initial spicy grassy-ness that evolves into a soft, long finish, with vanilla traces. Malbec grapes are gently pressed andfermented in stainless steel tanks. The second fermentation uses selected yeasts and 30% of whole Corvina grapes given a brief appassimento treatment before pressing. Fermentation is followed by final fermentation and malolactic. The wine is aged in French oak barriques and a period in bottle.

Masi’s specialty process of double fermentation is used with fresh Malbec grapes and a percentage of lightly-dried Corvina grapes. Vigneti La Arboleda is within the renowned wine region of Mendoza. Vineyards are situated at 950-1050 meters elevation in the Tupungato valley, with organically poor soil composed of many stones, sand and chalk, with good mineral content.

With Tupungato, Masi combines its refined double fermentation technique with the outstanding terroir of the Uco Valley in Argentina. Passo Doble Rosso gets its Argentinian characteristics of ripeness, power and expressiveness from the Malbec grape, while its Corvina component gives it the style, elegance and warmth typical of wines from the Veneto. Masi’s specialty process of double fermentation is used with fresh Malbec grapes and a percentage of lightly-dried Corvina grapes. Vigneti La Arboleda is within the renowned wine region of Mendoza. Vineyards are situated at 950-1050 meters elevation in the Tupungato valley, with organically poor soil composed of many stones, sand and chalk, with good mineral content. Malbec grapes are gently pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks. The second fermentation uses selected yeasts and 30% of whole Corvina grapes given a brief appassimento treatment before pressing. Fermentation is followed by final fermentation and malolactic. The wine is aged in French oak barriques and a period in bottle.

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Masi Masi Tupungato Passo Doble Rosso di Argentina 2010
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
This deep red-dark violet wine displays complex ripe red fruit aromas, with vegetal and licorice notes. Baked plum and cherry flavors are full-bodied with an initial spicy grassy-ness that evolves into a soft, long finish, with vanilla traces. Malbec grapes are gently pressed andfermented in stainless steel tanks. The second fermentation uses selected yeasts and 30% of whole Corvina grapes given a brief appassimento treatment before pressing. Fermentation is followed by final fermentation and malolactic. The wine is aged in French oak barriques and a period in bottle.
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Technical Notes Masi’s specialty process of double fermentation is used with fresh Malbec grapes and a percentage of lightly-dried Corvina grapes. Vigneti La Arboleda is within the renowned wine region of Mendoza. Vineyards are situated at 950-1050 meters elevation in the Tupungato valley, with organically poor soil composed of many stones, sand and chalk, with good mineral content.

With Tupungato, Masi combines its refined double fermentation technique with the outstanding terroir of the Uco Valley in Argentina. Passo Doble Rosso gets its Argentinian characteristics of ripeness, power and expressiveness from the Malbec grape, while its Corvina component gives it the style, elegance and warmth typical of wines from the Veneto. Masi’s specialty process of double fermentation is used with fresh Malbec grapes and a percentage of lightly-dried Corvina grapes. Vigneti La Arboleda is within the renowned wine region of Mendoza. Vineyards are situated at 950-1050 meters elevation in the Tupungato valley, with organically poor soil composed of many stones, sand and chalk, with good mineral content. Malbec grapes are gently pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks. The second fermentation uses selected yeasts and 30% of whole Corvina grapes given a brief appassimento treatment before pressing. Fermentation is followed by final fermentation and malolactic. The wine is aged in French oak barriques and a period in bottle.