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    *4R* 2019 El Enemigo Cabernet Franc (Mendoza, AR)

    4R

    Techniques like neutral barrels, lees contact, and cement tanks add body and texture

    *4R* 2019 El Enemigo Cabernet Franc (Mendoza, AR)

    With a deep and alluring ruby-red color, this wine entices the senses with aromas of ripe red fruits, such as red currants and cherries, accompanied by subtle hints of herbs and spices. On the palate, it presents a harmonious blend of flavors, featuring the fruit's brightness and freshness, well-balanced with the gentle influence of oak aging. The wine's medium body and smooth texture make it an excellent choice for those who appreciate Cabernet Franc's character and elegance.

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    About The Varietal

    Cabernet Franc

    Cabernet Franc is a dark-skinned grape variety of French origin cultivated in numerous wine-producing regions across the globe. It is best recognized for its significant role as a red grape variety in the Loire Valley and as the third most important grape in Bordeaux. Cabernet Franc is also a common component in many of the world's finest Bordeaux blend wines.

    About The Producer

    El Enemigo

    El Enemigo is a renowned Argentine winery that has made a significant impact on the global wine scene. Established by Alejandro Vigil, the chief winemaker, and Adrianna Catena, El Enemigo is a testament to their shared passion for creating exceptional wines that reflect the unique terroir of Mendoza, Argentina.