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Alma Gemela Garnacha 2019

Alma Gemela Garnacha 2019

£28.35 Any 6 Mix
£31.50  Single Bottle
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This red wine is 100% hand-harvested Grenache from Los Chacayes IG (Indicación Geográfica) in the Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina.

It has a vibrant nose which offers an enticing perfume of raspberry, sage, thyme, and black pepper. That is followed by a bright, refreshing palate with hints of cinnamon and black spice. The flavours and aromas culminate in a long, lingering red-fruit laden finish.

Winemaker Mariana Onofri is from one of the oldest wine growing regions in the north of Mendoza. In 2014 she started Onofri Wines, a boutique winery project that focuses on sustainable farming and minimal intervention winemaking. Her goal is to produce artisanal wines. She rescues old vines, seeks out historical regions and innovates with grapes that are well adapted to Mendoza.

This is wonderful drunk by itself or pair it with braised beef, lentil or bean-based stews.

What our staff think

"This is one of my top five wines tasted in 2021. Wine tastings can be hurried affairs when there are so many wines to try. This was a wine that stopped me and commanded my full attention. It was head and shoulders above everything else I tried that day." Dan

Quick Information

Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 13.5%%
Current Stock: 4
BIN: BTL-0043
Style: Red

More Information


Grenache / Garnacha

Found throughout northern Spain and southern France, there are three variants: Grenache Noir, Blanc and Gris. 

Grenache Noir is the most common. It is generally spicy, berry-flavored and soft on the palate. Complex and intense notes of blackcurrants, black cherries, black olives, coffee, gingerbread, honey, leather, black pepper, tar, spices, and roasted nuts can also be found.



In 1556 fr Juan Cedrón established the first Argentinian vineyards in Mendoza using cuttings from the Chilean Central Valley. Argentina is now the worlds fifth largest wine producer. The many different grapes reflect the country's immigrant groups: the French brought Malbec, the Italians brought Bonarda and Torrontés is typically Argentinian found in the provinces of La Rioja, San Juan, and Salta.