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Vinos Robeda produces a Malbec Reserva with the balance and roundness that a vineyard that shapes its adulthood, can deliver. Let's introduce it to you.
Mother Earth is sacred to the indigenous peoples. She gives them life and is a fundamental part of their worldview, so they respect and venerate it. They have inherited from their grandparents a harmonious coexistence with nature, far from pretending to submit it as if they were their owners.
The earth is the root and source of their culture, to which they have to turn daily to regenerate. She contains her memory, welcomes her ancestors and requires, therefore, that they honor her and return with tenderness and respect the goods she gives them.
This vision was also the one received by Andrea Bagliani from her grandparents in the Upper Valley of the Rio Black , where the Bodega Robeda is located and has been working the vineyards for some years to produce high quality wines.
General Roca is a thriving city that has its starting point in the brutal Desert Campaign in which President Julio A. Rocatakes by force the lands belonging to the aboriginal people who called this place “Tisque Menuco”, whose translation is water where the one who enters sinks .
Then the area was inhabited by groups of immigrants, Germans and French who were established in areas around the Fort.
Rio Black has a very dynamic economy where vineyards, apple, pear and other fruit and vegetables stand out. The vine is an important crop for the region, where there are more than 3000 hectares planted with vines.
With this frame and vineyards of over 40 years, Vinos Robeda produce a Malbec Reserva with an aging of 100% of the wine in French and American oak barrels for 14 months.
The soils of river and wind erosion processes gave rise to the sediments and silts that constitute the mantle on which the valley rests.
This gives a particularity to the terroir that is expressed in the dark red color with violet tones of its Malbec Reserva. Delivery of garbo and elegance on the nose, highlights the aromas of black plums and licorice with s
Publication Date: 27/06/2020
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