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2009 Bodega Noemia, A Lisa

I had a chance to sample this wine when I last stopped by MacArthurs.  This wine is well made and pleasing enough to drink.  At the $24 average price on Wine-Searcher I would rather drink something more exciting.

2009 Bodega Noemia, A Lisa, Rio Negro Valley, Patagonia
Imported by Vias Imports.  This wine is 90% Malbec, 9% Merlot, and 1% Petit Verdot.  One-third of the fruit is sourced from estate vineyards planted in 2004 with the rest sourced from the Agricultural Research Center and a contract grower.  The fruit was fermented with indigenous yeasts then the wine was aged for 9 months with 100% second-use oak barrels.  There is a nose of black fruit mixed with orange citrus.  In the mouth the clean fruit turns salty with hard Malbec flavors and black fruited acidity.  The tannins are present throughout the wine give a good texture and a nice fuzziness in the aftertaste.  There are sweet spices in the aftertaste.  Now-2017.  Sampled at MacArthurs.

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