Viñedos Urraca has launched a new vintage

Combines 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Malbec, 30% and 50% Merlot.Argentina.- Viñedos Urraca presents the new vintage of its Familia Langley Reserva 2008 wine. This premium blend combines 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% 30% Malbec and 50% Merlot . After aging for 18 months in French and American oak barrels for the first use, a wine with complex aromas is obtained. In the mouth it has very good structure and personality, culminating in a long, round, silky and extremely elegant finish.

It bears the seal of the family of John Langley, who was recently in the country to present this iconic wine and sign the bottles. “Today, we are focused on making natural, perfect wines, blends or varieties, because we have very good Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, and in addition we are incorporating new varieties, that is, we have a very good color to create an incredible picture,” said Langley.
The expert hand of oenologist Walter Bressio gave life to this noble blend, conceived as a distinguished, attractive and, basically, recognizable wine.

As for the pairing, it is ideal to accompany medallions of pork loin in Malbec reduction and potatoes au gratin, or to enjoy it with a gigot of braised lamb with mint and rosemary. You can drink it from today, with an aging potential of at least 15 years.

DATA TABLE:

Family Magpie Langley Reserve 2008
Winery: Urraca Vineyards
Origin: Agrelo, Mendoza
Vintage: 2008
Winemaker: Walter Bressia
Grapes: Merlot 50%, Malbec 30% and Cabernet Sauvignon 20%
Alcohol: 13.8%
Suggested value per bottle: $240

Organoleptic description: This type of varietal cutting and aging in French and American oak barrels of first use for 18 months results in a wine with complex aromas. In the mouth it has a very good structure and personality that culminates in a long, round, silky and extremely elegant finish.

It should be noted that the top wines of Viñedos Urraca, in their first steps, managed to gain the recognition of international criticism generated by a series of 5 red wines with more than 90 plus points by Robert Parker or Wine Spectator, as well as by several awards and Decanter stars.


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