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El Gran Enemigo 2010

The nose presents sweet aromas of black ripen fruits with hints of vanilla and chocolate, which appear after the oak ageing. The mouthfeel is sweet with structured, persistent tannins due to the natural acidity of this wine, leading into an excellent long finish. This wine pairs well with grilled meat, cheese, or slow roasted beef dishes.

 Producer Bodega Aleanna
 Region Mendoza
 Country Argentina
 Varietals Cabernet Franc
 Alcohol 14.5% alc/vol
 Vintage 2010

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Bodega Aleanna
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Bodega Aleanna

Mendoza, Mendoza, Argentina Mendoza, Mendoza, Argentina

The StoryTwo romantics, a winemaker (Alejandro Vigil), and a historian (Adrianna Catena) - go back in time to capture an era when European imigrants recently settled in Argentina, sought to make wines as fine, and finer than those of their homelands. By 1936, Malbec and Petit Verdot were the most widely...

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