This new wine is conceived from a blend of 3 different types of grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petite Syrah.Mexico.- Rimbombante was born from the idea of 4 friends interested in wine and the world of wine. tocollecting the works of the great Mexican artist Pedro Friedeberg.
As for the wine, produced in San Antonio de las Minas, in the Guadalupe Valley, it was conceived thanks to the combination of 3 different types of grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petite Syrah, and it has 10 months in barrels.
On the artistic side, Vinos Rimbombantes offers a unique proposal, where the artist Pedro Friedeberg, creator of the famous hand chair, creates the front label year after year, thus maintaining “fresco” and “refurbished” the product.
The production of this wine is limited to around 3,600 bottles per year, making them practically collectible, as are the labels that can be detached and turned into small lithographs.
Rimbombante is difficult to find because it is only available in certain restaurants to which the company sells directly, besides there being no distributor, which makes this product a unique and exclusive wine.