An ancient Incan word meaning Stone Sentinel, Aconcagua is the highest mountain in the Americas, towering over Mendoza, Argentina. It is this great mountain’s name that inspired Aconga, a symbol of grandeur and the celebration of a land steeped in history. Argentina, known as the land of silver, embraces artisans well known for their unparalleled silver craftsmanship. This Aconga wine was similarly crafted with expert Argentinean pride, culminating in a superior blend for everyday enjoyment.
This wine has been expertly blended for bright flavors of cherry and black fruit with a hint of sweet spice and chocolate. The nose is a medley of vibrant red currants, black cherry and plum notes. The tannins are fine grained, rich and sweet. Dark chocolate and vanilla notes along with a hit of cinnamon round out the wine to exhibit a superb example of this variety.
An excellent companion to roast beef or pasta with red sauce.