Brumales Malbec

Brumales Malbec

An amiable, fleshy textured Malbec from the district of Perdriel exudes a seductive sensuality from a year or more of bottle ageing.

Its deep carmine color is pleasing to the eye, very classy; intense, fruity and immediate aromas, it envelops the palate with no rough edges.

Much in the trend of the red Adagios, with a complex profile yet without the precise and striking character of fashionable wines –overripe fruit flavors or harsh oak tannins that impart odd tastes other than that of wine.

A tranquil new wave option, rather easy to drink, hip and cool, refined; better suited for tender veal stews and all nuance Italian risotto

Brumales Malbec
Brumales Torrontes

Brumales Torrontes

The only Adagio option made from outsourced grapes, in this case grapes from Famatina in the Province of La Rioja, a valley with soils enriched by mountain winds.

It is made of Torrontés grapes from La Rioja –one of the two homelands of this indigenous variety, the other being Cafayate, in the Province of Salta. This variety has been lately vinified with neutral terpenes to soften the primitive hardness from this famous white wine. It has the sweet-sour overtones of the Rhin-Moselle Traminers, the somewhat herbaceous acidity of the Gewürz, and the unripe impact of peasant profiles.

In summary, it is quite a curious and attractive young white wine, particularly fresh –almost heurigen– enigmatic and rural. Unbeatable with such culinary specialties as pot-au-feu, legume casseroles and German specialty dishes: blau Forelle, Eisbein and similar delicacies

Brumales Torrontes
Brumales Cabernet Sauvignon

Brumales Cabernet Sauvignon

Of a beautiful mahogany red, an Argentine red wine complete in the alcoholic impetuousness of its agreeable textures yet unmistakably Cabernet Sauvignon in the initial super cautious control of aromas and tastes.

To release its aromas you’d better let it breathe; when it opens up, it bursts with joyous fullness. Open, great and intense aromas of blackberries and seductive woods, and a persistent and pleasing aftertaste despite its recent vintage (2005).

It almost resembles the fruity of the Malbec but on the palate it is more serious and sustained, though easy and unconditional in food matching: perfectly suited to the three “p”s of Argentine eating preferences: pasta, “parrilla” (grilled food), and pizza. All in all, an easy-to-drink red wine, what importers approvingly describe as drinkable –a bottle is good for no more than two drinkers and no half-full glasses left at the end.

Brumales Cabernet Sauvignon

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