Wine Viognier Finca La Linda 2007
Transparent sparkling wine almost golden.
Easy-structured wine with an oily structure, pleasant acidity and a long finish.
Wine with a rich aroma of orchids, apricot and musk.
"Viognier Finca La Linda" is well served with white meat dishes, fish sauce and soft cheeses.
Viognier Finca La Linda - a wonderful white wine, which is made from the best grapes Viognier, grown in vineyards in Barrancas, located at an elevation of 800 meters above sea level. Long autumn, cold winters and mild summers provide ideal conditions for optimum maturity. Viognier wine Finca La Linda aged in bottles for about three months at a temperature of about 18ºC.
Luigi Bosca winery is one of the oldest in the region of Mendoza with more than hundred years of history, rich tradition, experience and deep knowledge of the values of the region. Leoncio Aris arrived in Mendoza in 1890, where he began working in the company of his uncle, who was involved in the sale of wines. In 1901 there was the first vineyard of the family. Since 1908 Leoncio began managing the family farm. Very interesting is the fact that the winery got its name in honor of a family friend and winemaker Luigi Bosca, not in honor of Leoncio Aris. The thing is that my brother Leoncio while already started another business, who gave his name, and the name of his mother - Ferrari did not fit because there were already known worldwide Ferrari cars, as well as Italian winery with exactly the same name. But despite this, the son of Leoncio, Saturnino Aris, later coined a slogan that read: "our wine is as unique as Ferrari». But this philosophy has not been fully implemented, as Aris never added to the value of their fine wines as impressive margin for the brand. As well as the Italian engineers and designers improve their machines, the current director of Luigi Bosca, Alberto Ariza, believes that only forward movement makes a truly great winery. One of the main advantages of the company is the ability to combine tradition and innovation.
With vineyards economy Luigi Bosca offers wonderful views of the Andes, the neighborhood that creates an excellent climate for growing grapes. Experts believe that many millions of years ago, this land was the bottom of the ocean, so prevalent in the soils of clay, pebbles and tektites. Grow grapes here perfectly reflects the terroir, in the process of maturation which conducts research and tests to determine the optimal maturity. Grape harvest is carried out manually. During aging of wine in oak barrels Checking and topping up twice a week, and to release the carbon dioxide that enters the wine, before closing drums rattle them gently with a wooden hammer. In short, everything is done at the winery in order to protect, preserve and express the character of delicious grapes.