Type: Red Wine Volume: 750ml
Country: Argentina Region: Patagonia
District: Rio Negro
Ratings and Tasting Notes:
JS97 The aromas of blue fruits, lavender, and Earl Grey are impressive. Crushed stones, too. Full-bodied, yet so tight and focused with lemon rind and hot stones. Gorgeous freshness, brightness, and integrity. One of the ultimate natural wines. Drink or hold. Love.
RP93 The 2017 Sin Azufre shows superbly, with precision and freshness, full of character. It was produced with grapes from vines that were planted in 1980 and worked biodynamically, from an almost perfect vintage, and it is racy, floral, and with a lot of tension. It fermented in round, wide, shallow 3,800-liter concrete vats with indigenous yeasts with full clusters and no extraction, in an infusion way. Twenty percent of the volume spent six months in used barriques, while the rest was kept in concrete. Floral, ethereal, and aromatic, it has clean, focused aromas and flavors, great elegance, and lots of energy. Simply irresistible! So, it's a lot of work, but it can be done. 9,017 bottles and 90 magnums were filled in November 2017.