Bodega del Fin del Mundo
Fin del Mundo Single Vineyard Cabernet Franc
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Postales del Fin del Mundo wines are fresh, fruit-driven, unoaked, allowing to reveal the characteristics of the place where they come from. Premium varietals, where the fruit and the Patagonian freshness, prevails.
Ventus, an honor to the Patagonian wind that favorably influences the development of the grapes, granting wines with good structure and aromatic potential. It represents the range of entry level to the winery, consisting of two classic Bordeaux blends, one white and the other one red, and a single - varietal Malbec. Young and fresh wines, but above all, accessible.
They are young, fruity wines, with a contribution of oak that increases its complexity and gives unique personality. This wines have been designed to accompany different types of meals, for being friendly and versatile. Owners of a delicate style, with a frankly palate, expressing all its aromatic potential, intensity and varietal typicity. Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Red Blend.
Extra Brut Del Fin del Mundo is a sparkling wine made from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The greater presence of Pinot Noir provides a more intense color with coppery tones, as well as interesting aromas, complexity and structure. It has minimal and persistent bubbles.
100% PinotNoir. Great sparkling wine made under the chámpenoise method, second fermentation in the bottle. It remained 36 months in contact with the yeasts and 6 more months of conservation with cork, both stages under controlled temperature. Yellow in color with coppery reflections, it reflects the presence of Pinot Noir and has an intense, complex aroma. In the mouth it is friendly, creamy, smooth with minimal bubbles. Its finish is long and delicate.
Patagonia Argentina is a región recognized for its beautiful landscapes and vast natural resources. Our Wines express the purest of one of the southernmost terroirs in the world. They are balanced wines and have greater complexity thanks to the contribution of the aging in French and American oak.