2013 ENZO BIANCHI “PROPRIETARY RED” MENDOZA, ARGENTINA
What makes a rare wine significant? After all, uncle Joe’s red that he makes in his garage is rare, but it’s probably only significant to uncle Joe. There are two important factors that contribute to significance. The wine must be high in quality and it needs to be equally high in demand. The demand can come from ratings, like the 93 Point score and being named Editor’s Choice that the Enzo Bianchi has. And although this wine is only produced in exceptional vintages, the quality has been proven in every vintage produced. With less than 600 bottles imported into the US, this Enzo Bianchi’s 2013 Proprietary Red is both rare and significant.
Hewn from rugged land 2,400 feet above sea level, Valentine Bianchi’s top wine might be small in production, but it’s massive in body and extract. Aged for 18 months in oak barrels, the 2013 checks in at nearly 3/4 Cabernet Sauvignon and is enhanced with Malbec and Petit Verdot. With every detail considered, the gorgeously precise labels on heavy glass bottles add to the drama. Enzo Bianchi is made in a deep, saturating, compelling style that I love and in fact, we loved the 2013 so much that we bought every bottle available.
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2013 ENZO BIANCHI "CABERNET BLEND" MENDOZA, ARGENTINA
From The Wine Enthusiast, "This Cabernet-Malbec-Petit Verdot blend smells smoky and rich, with lemony oak notes. But in the mouth, it's tight as a drum, with an unbreakable structure. Dark spice and clove notes accent ripe berry fruit that's not jammy and which has absorbed its oak well. Its firm, tannic finish will stand guard as it ages for a decade or more..." 93 Points, Editor's Choice
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