El Enemigo Gran Enemigo

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A refined Cabernet Franc from Mendoza. This is a blend of 80% cab franc with a bit of petite Verdot and Malbec. On the nose both dark fruit and red fruit, with hints of chocolate and vanilla. Taste of blackberry, oak, vanilla, leather, black fruit, cherry and raspberry. Lasting finish. This wine would pair perfectly with the Sharp English Farmhouse.

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