From the importer:
Produced in very limited quantities and in great demand in Mexico, less than 100 cases of the Tinto will find its way into the United States. Having studied in France, Alberto’s hope for his Tinto is for it to embody French winemaking techniques while showcasing the unique fruit qualities of the Valle de Guadalupe. While the Grenache displays lots of red fruit characteristics the Syrah component contributes exotic spice, a hint of leather and a somewhat savory element. The Mourvedre offers freshness and acidity that adds a vibrant quality to the wine. In all, the Fluxus Tinto is the perfect accompaniment for the Baja Coastal and Campestre Cuisine the region has become famous for!
Varietals: 70% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 10% Mourvedre
Production: 250 Cases
Region: El Porvenir, Valle de Guadalupe
Aging: 15 months in oak brarels
Barrel Type: Primarily French oak barrels; 20% new
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