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Weinberg’s Wine Notes #137 - Wine On The Road in South America Part II: Argentina
We next took some time with Hubert Weber, winemaker at Weinert. 
Hubert produces only Bordeaux-style wines, eschewing the use of oak barrels and instead focusing on casks for aging purposes. 
Weinert’s wines were unlike any others I tried during the entire trip, and the Merlot Lujan de Cuyo seemed to me the best value in this winery’s lineup. 
Cherry blossoms and dark chocolate saturated the nose, while fines herbs, apricots and spicy cinnamon lined the red licorice-tinged finish.
 

Recommended:

Weinert Merlot 2006 (Mendoza, Argentina) $25

 

 

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