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Bodega Los Haroldos Coliman Malbec Bonarda, Mendoza

Bodega Los Haroldos Coliman Malbec Bonarda, Mendoza 2023


A fresh and fruity red wine from Argentina's second most famous red grape

  • Produced by Familia Falasco, one of Argentina's leading producers
  • This wine is a blend of 70% Bonarda and 30% Malbec with grapes sourced from the famous Uco Valley
  • On the nose this wine is fresh and fruity with a lovely mix of red and black berries
  • There's no oak on this wine so the fresh and bold fruit and soft tannins are the order of the day
  • An excellent match for classic comfort food and traditional pub grub
  • Grape variety: Malbec, Bonarda
  • Vintage: 2023
  • Type/Colour: Red
  • Alcohol: 12.5%
  • Bottle Size: 75cl
  • Group: Mendoza
  • Suitable for Vegans: Yes
  • Suitable for Vegetarians: Yes

"Bonarda is a stealthy red wine option from Argentina that I think is going to make a big splash in the coming years. It's actually a surprise that we've missed it until now as it's Argentina's second most widely planted red grape! Bonarda from Argentina is not the same wine as Italian Bonarda. Argentina's Bonarda is actually a grape called Douce Noir ("doose nwar")" - Natalie MacLean - Canadian Wine Writer and the publisher of a subscription website.

The Falasco Family Group is formed by two companies: Los Haroldos SA and Balbo SA. The entire social capital of both companies belongs to the Falasco Family. Both companies are located in eastern Mendoza, which is the area with the highest production of wine in Mendoza and their vineyards are located at an altitude of 700 to 1250 meters above sea level.

Grupo Familia Falasco is one of the five wineries with the highest amount of grapes processed during the harvest season in Argentina and in terms of sales it is one of the ten wineries with the highest sales of fine wines within Argentina. Their large range of fine wines is produced by some of the best-known winemakers in the country, obtaining excellent wines to satisfy most of the demands of Argentine and foreign consumers.