Wine Advocate 87 points - The entry level 2014 Yauquen Bonarda is a young, juicy and fresh wine showing some rusticity, spicy and toasted flavors on a pleasant palate with enough power. This one is bottled unoaked. 14,000 bottles.
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A word from the native Mapuche language meaning “the ritual of sharing a drink with friends,” Yauquen wines are fresh selections, with minimal oak influence, intended to be enjoyed every day with good food in good company.Yauquen Bonarda is defined by blackberry, blueberry, and raspberry aromas accented by characteristic spicy notes. Fermented in stainless steel, the wine is aged in 40% French oak barrels and 60% stainless steel for 6 months.