Walter Bressia is one of the protagonists of the transformation of the wine industry at the end of the last century. Son of a cooper and grandson of a Sicilian winemaker dedicated to clearing and leveling land. Bodega Bressia has an angel for its logo and defines its project as family wines. His wife, his four children, his son-in-law and his sister are part of the enterprise that Walter founded in 2003 in Agrelo, Luján de Cuyo. He says: “It is a simple winery, which allows clients and tourists to be received in the most familiar way possible.
Bressia monteagrelo fuses the soul of each varietal, its intimate relationship with its origin and its deep roots in a unique terroir in the world: Agrelo, our chosen place for our winery and making our wine dreams come true. balanced but intense and seductive, each of them impresses with its personality and varietal style. The vines were carefully chosen, as well as the barrels that participated in its production and aging. like ours, monteagrelo is our family of wines and, as in any family, each one expresses its identity and varietal personality that makes them unforgettable and unrepeatable.
View: Intense red color with purple hues and black surroundings. Nose: Red and black fruits, red peppers with an impeccable presence of vanilla, chocolate and coffee originating in the oak during its aging. Palate: Sweet entry, harmonic body, volume and meaty. Very elegant wine that expresses the Cabernet Franc varietal with great firmness and typicity.
- Bressia Winery
- Score 90 Tim Atkin
- Red Type
- Harvest 2019
- Varietal Cabernet Franc
- Cut 100% Cabernet Franc
- Aging Aged in French and American oak barrels for 15 months.
- Winemaker Walter Bressia
- Alcohol content 14%
- Agrelo Region and Uco Valley. Mendoza Province, Argentina.
- Service Temperature: 16 to 18° C
- Country Argentina
- Pairing Red Meats, Pork, Poultry, Grilled, Smoked, Roasted, Soft Cheeses, Strong Cheeses, Hard Cheeses, Sauces With Onions, Mushrooms, Beans And Lentils, Sauces With Black Pepper, Seasoned With Aromatic Herbs, Exotic Condiments, White Starches