Nieto Senetiner Don Nicanor Malbec Mendoza Argentina 2015
Per bottle £14.50
- Brand Nieto Senetiner
- Bottle Size 75cl
- ABV 14.50%
- Vegetarians Yes
- Vegan Yes
- Vintage 2015
- Country Argentina
- Country Region Mendoza
- Grape Variety Malbec
- Closure Cork
Introduction to Nieto Senetiner Don Nicanor
Nieto Senetiner Don Nicanor Malbec from Mendoza in Argentina is a deep dark dense wine full of ripe fruit flavours and hints of bitter chocolate.
Full tasting note and winemaking –
Nieto Senetiner Don Nicanor Malbec from the Agrelo region of Mendoza is a classic deep dark juicy fruit wine made from the Malbec grape. The aroma is full of sweet cranberries, blackcurrants and coffee notes with a smooth rounded palate with soft ripe tannins and hints of dark chocolate. There are some fine vanilla notes on the finish gained from aging in French oak barrels for eighteen months.
The producer –
The Nieto Senetiner company was established in 1969 and is one of the leading stars in Mendoza with vineyards in virtually all the best parts of Mendoza in the foothills of the Andes. The vines in these vineyards are forty to fifty years old and trained on pergolas so the air can reach the bunches and foliage cover them to stop them from scorching in the intense sun. Here they produce wines that are typical of Mendoza such as the Don Nicanor Malbec with a lovely balance of powerful flavours and finesse.
Food serving suggestions –
The richness, tannins and concentration of flavours make this wine a real food friend especially with steak, venison, lamb or vintage cheddar macaroni cheese.
Flagship Wines uses a reliable carrier with a robust national delivery network providing a speedy convenient service to UK mainland addresses.
Deliveries are made Monday to Friday and not normally on Saturdays, Sundays or Bank Holidays though Saturday deliveries are possible on payment of an additional charge.
Click and Collect Service
If you wish to collect your order from Flagship Wines shop at 417 Hatfield Road, St Albans, AL4 0XP please click on this option at checkout. There is no charge for this service.
Delivery in St Albans is FREE for orders over £85, for orders less than £85 the charge is £5.
Postal delivery of tasting tickets and vouchers is also FREE if this option is chosen.
Our standard national delivery charge is £10 and is FREE for all orders over £250. The standard delivery is next day for all orders placed by 12noon and the following day for all orders received later than that.
Arrangements in case you’re out at the time of delivery
Please leave clear instructions in the special instructions section on the checkout page so the wine can be left in a safe place to suit you. As our delivery service requires a signature then if your wine is not signed for it is left at your risk and losses are not replaceable. If instructions are not left a card will be put through your door asking you to contact the carrier to arrange re-delivery or collection within 2 days.
Please also provide directions in the special instructions box at the checkout to the delivery address if it is hard to find.
Non UK Mainland addresses
For charges applicable for delivery to remote addresses such as the Scottish Highlands and Islands please note that different charges apply and these are clearly shown at checkout. The charges are per case of 12 x 75cl bottles and the delivery time will be a little longer due to the location.
The Scottish postcodes affected are as follows:
AB 30, 33-38, 41-45, 51-56, DD 8-9, FK 19-21, IV 1-18, 30-37, 40, 41-49, 51 -56, 63, KA 15-17, 27-28, KW15-17, PA 20-49, 60-78, PH 15-26, 30-44, 49, 50, HS 1-9, ZE 1-3
If you would like to arrange delivery to any addresses that are not covered here please contact us on 01727 865309 or by email to email@example.com and we will ascertain the correct charges for you.
Out of Stock
If any items you ordered are out of stock we will contact you as soon as possible.
Please contact us by phone on 01727 865309 or by email within 48 hours if your wine doesn’t reach you in perfect condition.
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