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Arinzano Blanco Gran Vino 750ML 2010
Sku: 20998
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Country: Spain
Region: Navarra
Grape Varietal: Chardonnay
Type: Still wine
Reg. $105.99
Web Only Sale $78.29
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Wine Spectator 92 points - This wine shows density and harmony, developing complexity with maturity. Dried apple, floral and vanilla flavors mingle with accents of pineapple and toasted almond. The texture is broad but polished, balanced by firm acidity. Chardonnay. Drink now through 2020.-T.M. (Oct 19 2016)

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The Senorio de Arinzano estate has been recognized for the excellence of its vineyards since the 11th century, when the noble Sancho Fortunones de Arinzano first produced wines on the property. In the 16th Century, Mosen Lope de Eulate, a noble and the advisor to the King Juan de Labrit, chose the estate as the ideal site for the construction of his palace. By the 18th century, the property had passed to the hands of the Marquess of Zabalegui, who ordered the construction of a rural mansion where he could enjoy the natural beauty of the estate. At the turn of the 19th century his children constructed a small chapel dedicated to San Martin de Tours, the patron saint of winemaking. This chapel stood as a final monument to the noble history of this viticultural estate as the pillars of Spanish nobility fell apart and the estate fell into disuse. Arinzano Estate was rediscovered in 1988. Though nearly two centuries had passed since grape vines had graced the valley’s gentle slopes, careful scientific analysis of the climates and soils confirmed what centuries of nobles had learned from experience: The Arinzano estate had a singular microclimate perfectly suited for the production of the highest quality wines. The estate was carefully replanted, matching each grape vierietal with the parcels best suited for their cultivation. The historic buildings, which paid homage to winemaking of centuries past, were rehabilitated and the winery constructed, capable of continuing this tradition into the future. At the turn of the 21st century, their Majesties the King and Queen of Spain inaugurated the Arinzano winery, and celebrated the rebirth of a noble tradition more than a thousand years old. The Arinzano winery was designed by Rafael Moneo, the only Pritzker Prize awarded architect in Spain, whose other works include the Prado Museum extension in Madrid, the L.A. Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, and the Stockholm Museum of Modern Art. Arinzano winery embodies the philosophy of the estate. Produced from environmentally friendly materials, Moneo designed the building to truly become part of the terroir it occupies and became in his own words, the landscape winery. Inside, the winery is designed to be perfectly suited for winemaking. It combines the most modern technology with an artisanal treatment as the grapes follow an organic flow through the winery, guaranteeing a delicate treatment and precise control throughout the whole winemaking process.

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