A LISA SEMILLÓN
The Bodega Noemia de Patagonia project was born from the search for old Malbec vineyards, which were planted in 1930 somewhere in the Río Negro Valley.
Partners in this project, the Italian wine producer Countess Noemí Marone Cinzano and the Danish winemaker Hans Vinding Diers, found the perfect place and an ideal microclimate for the growth of the grapes. The magnificent Rio Negro, influenced by two rivers derived from the Andes, the Río Neuquén and the Limay, had been discovered in 1828 by British colonies who made canals to irrigate the valley and thus create an oasis in the middle of the desert.
The Rio Negro Valley is since then known for its excellent production of pears and apples. In the early 1900s, immigrants planted the first varieties, which were mainly French.
Region: Mainque, Rio Negro Valley, Rio Negro
Varietal Composition: 100% Semillon
Vineyard Age: 60 years
Organic and Biodynamic Vineyards
Vinification: Grapes harvested in March in trays of 15Kgs, the grapes were kept in a cold chamber for 1 week and then pressed with whole bunches at 8 degrees. The juice was transferred to stainless steel tanks and inoculated with a yeast of burgundy origin. Halfway through fermentation, the wine spent 10 days at 14 degrees in Surtep French oak barrels and returned to the tank to finish the fermentation. The wine was stopped with sulfur in a minimum quantity at 3 grs / liters of residual sugar.
Winemaker: Hans Vinding Diers
Alcoholic Graduation: 14%
Production: 3,600 Bottles
Pairing: Chicken and fish
Service Temperature: 12 to 14 degrees - 100% Natural and unfiltered, it may present sediments
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