miércoles, 24 de septiembre de 2014

After-class cultural activities at La Montaña:

Argentina Wine tasting: Today Special: MALBEC. 


Periodically, as part of our After-class cultural activities at La Montaña, Rafael brings important information and good wines to taste.

Last Friday, we enjoyed MALBEC, while we learned about Argentine Winery and this is what we found out:

Argentine Strongest wine is Cabernet Sauvignon and the lightest: Pinot Noir

The area where the grape is grown will make the difference: Salta: stronger wines, Mendoza: medium wines, Patagonia: lighter wines

The specialty in Patagonia are: Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot, Noir Merlot

Labels: According to Argentine regulations, what you read in the front label must agree 100% with the wine facts, while what is written in the back label might not be 100% objective information.

"Reserva" means the wine has passed some time in oak tanks
"Roble" means some chipped oak from used tanks has been added to the wine.

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