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MANOS NEGRAS 10 RED SOIL PN
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Real winemakers get their hands dirty. Hands black with wine. That's what Manos Negras is all about. Rolling up our sleeves and getting our hands dirty. That's how we make these hand-Read More...
crafted wines.

Manos Negras focuses on latitude winemaking. Argentina and Chile's winemaking regions stretch 1,500 miles north to south along the Andes. Each latitude possesses a unique terroir with singular combinations of soil and temperature which are ideally suited for different varietals. Manos Negras uses the unique skills of three immigrants to Argentina-New Zealand winemakers Duncan Killiner and Jason Mabbett, and American wine educator Jeff Mausbach- as well as the renown Argentine viticulturist Alejandro Sejanovich to craft wines based on exciting terroir-varietal combinations.
DECANTER 3 STARS - " Elegant and clean nose with delicate dark fruit hints. Quite complex palate with firm tannins and lovely finish."
NOEMIA PATAGONIA 12 A LISA
BODEGAS NOEMIA 2012 A LISA PATAGON
Item: #380678
Bottle Size:750ML
$16.98
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WINE & SPIRITS 93 POINTS - "While this wine opens up in a decanter, broil some steaks, as it’s a Malbec that requires some patience. This is intense Read More...
in both red and fruit and in structure- built on acidity and firm tannins. By the time the steak is done, the wine will have integrated perfectly. This comes from a vineyard planted in 1932 in Mainqué, in Río Negro, which Noemía bought shortly after settling in Patagonia in 2001. It’s now the basis of some of the winery’s best wines."

Noemia Patagonia is one of those wineries that has everything going for it—great vineyards in a unique site; one of the world’s most highly regarded winemakers; impeccable Bio-Dynamic farming; and undeniably delicious wine that is praised by every critic who tastes them. We love the balance and brightness of these wines and you may have seen notes from us on previous vintages of Noemia Patagonia. Wines from Argentina’ s Rio Negro region in the southern state of Patagonia are hard to find as the region is about 600 miles south of Mendoza, the center of Argentina’s wine production, and production remain small. Rio Negro is significantly cooler than Mendoza and produces Malbecs that are deeply aromatic and suffused with fresh red fruit notes of pomegranate, raspberry, and currant.
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