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Bressia Monteagrelo Syrah 2015

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Country:Argentina
Region:Mendoza
Grape Type:Syrah
Winery:Bressia Winery
Product Description

Bressia Monteagrelo Syrah is 100 percent Syrah.

Intense red color. Spicy aromas, coffee and cinnamon notes. Delicate and well balanced. Good concentration, ample in the mouth, elegant flavors, harmonious and a long finish.

Aged in French and American oak barrels for 15 months.


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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Production: 8,500 cases/year.


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The soil is formed by sediments of sand, clay and lime-stone, which produce a dark lime-bearing topsoil, with fine and coarse sands.

Harvest: In Toro summer temperatures were lower than usual and only rose over 40°C on a few days, which compensated for the dry conditions. Fresher nights from mid August also helped vines to reach optimum ripeness in the six weeks leading up to harvest –which was carried out between September 19 and October 10- and tamed alcohol levels. Tempranillo (Tinta de Toro) grapes ripened well – bunches were small and clusters were loose and healthy. Yields were low but the wines show intense color, good fruit profile and ripe tannins, which will be help to achieve roundness and good mouth feel in the finished wines. The fresher summer also resulted in slightly lower alcohol levels and a slightly higher acidity and this bodes well for quality in wines destined for ageing.

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Winemaker: Oscar Martin

Technical specification: 
TA: 4.88 grams / liter
pH: 3.62
SO2 free: 76 mg/l
RS: 2.23 grams / liter

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Review:

The 2013 Finca Sobreño Reserva Selección Especial is a serious and balanced Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo) from a cool year that produced a fresh wine with fine tannins. The oak is nicely integrated, and it has a compact palate with clean, focused flavors. A very good harmonious reserva. 90,000 bottles produced. - Wine Advocate 90 Points

   

 Wine Advocate: 90
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Review:

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- Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (Issue #235, February 2018), 92 pts

"(sourced from a 100+ year old plot of mixed varieties; aged in new and used French oak barrels for 14 months) Deep, bright-rimmed ruby. Ripe black and blue fruits on the expansive, spice- and smoke-accented nose, along with suggestions of vanilla, candied flowers and cola. The oak qualities recede quickly on the palate, which displays sappy, deeply concentrated boysenberry, black raspberry and spicecake flavors that show a suave blend of richness and energy. Supple tannins build steadily on the penetrating finish, which leaves cherry-cola and baking spice notes behind. - Josh Raynolds"
- Antonio Galloni's Vinous (February 2019), 93 pts

 Vinous Antonio Galloni: 93 Wine Advocate: 92
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