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Bressia Lagrima Canela 2018

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 93 Points
Country:Argentina
Region:Mendoza
Winery:Bressia Winery
Grape Type:Chardonnay
Vintage:2018
Bottle Size:750 ml
Product Description

Bressia Lagrima Canela is made from 70 % Chardonnay, 30 % Semillon

Barrel fermented for 14 months in new French and American oak

Lagrima Canela means 'cinnamon tears'. This white blend shows an intense greenish-yellow wine with luminous golden highlights. It has fresh, elegant floral aromas, lent to it by its grape varieties, as well as melon, pear and toasty oak. Medium bodied with a creamy texture and outstanding depth and concentration.

Light gold colored with a perfume of candle wax, pear, melon, and toasty oak, on the palate the wine is medium-bodied with well-integrated oak, dry flavors, a creamy texture, and outstanding depth and concentration.

 


"Revolutionary in its day, and still one of Argentina’s leading white blends, Lágrima Canela marries Chardonnay with 30% Semillón, all of it from Gualtallary at 1,200 metres. Fermented separately and aged in new French oak, this is fresh, intense and pale in colour, with subtle camomile and beeswax aromas, spicy oak and layers of citrus and quince fruit. This will age really well too."

- Tim Atkin (Argentina Special Report 2020), 93 pts



Winery: Bressia Winery

The Bressia Winery

The patriarch of the Bressia Winery family is Walter Bressia. He has worked in the wine business in Argentina for nearly 30 years. Walter’s knowledge and skill shine through in the Bressia wines.  From 1998 to 2003, Walter was the winemaker for Bodega Vistalba and Viniterra. In 2003, Walter and his family began their own winery. The Bressia Winery family includes wife Marita, daughter Marita, and son, Walter Jr. The Bressia Winery has been producing some of Argentina’s finest wines with only the highest quality technology and a hands-on approach to each and every product. The Bressia Winery incorporates the “Vinos de Autor” concept. This translates to “Author’s wines”, or personalized, high quality wines. The Bressia Winery boasts 320 oak barrels, all nearly new French and American oak. (60% French, 40% American).
 

The Bressia Vineyards

The Bressia Winery land measures 20 hectares (49.40 acres). The varietals established are Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc. A sparkling Malbec is also in the works for the Bressia Winery.

Some wines by Bressia Winery:

  • Bressia, Lagrima Canela, Mendoza
  • Bressia, Monteagrelo, Chardonnay, Mendoza
  • Bressia, Monteagrelo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza
  • Bressia, Monteagrelo, Syrah, Mendoza
  • Bressia, Monteagrelo, Malbec, Mendoza
  • Bressia, Monteagrelo, Cabernet Franc Mendoza
  • Bressia, Profundo, Mendoza
  • Bressia, Profundo, Mendoza
  • Bressia, Conjuro, Mendoza

Any Bressia wines we have in stock are listed below, if you don’t see the wine you are looking for please don’t hesitate to ask for it.

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