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Argentina's remote southern tip is attracting international vintners like Noemía Marone Cinzano, the force behind this spicy Malbec.
What You Need To Know
Countess Noemía Marone Cinzano is a scion of two important Italian families (the Cinzanos, of the famed vermouth, and the Agnellis) and an owner of a prestigious Tuscan winery, Argiano. But it's her foray into the hinterlands of Patagonia that's attracting attention. Created in partnership with Argiano's gifted winemaker, Hans Vinding-Diers, Bodega Noemía de Patagonia is turning out exciting Malbec wines from very old vines. Its A Lisa cuvée--named in honor of Vinding-Diers's grandmother--adds richness to Malbec's spicy fruit flavors with a splash of Merlot.
Spicy, cedar-edged aromas of pomegranate and black fruits.
Offers a minerally freshness to juicy raspberry and licorice tones.
Cellar temperature--the bottle should be cool to the touch.
Grilled meats: rare steaks, thick chops and roasts, especially with a bit of spice.