This is a robust malbec blend from the Sobremesa Vineyard in Argentina's Mendoza region. Complex and full-bodied, this wine would pair well with any grilled meats or other hearty dishes. This wine also has great structure, with velvety tannins, good acid, and a hefty does of oak on the backbone. 55% Malbec, 35% Syrah, 10% Petit Verdot.
Hand of God - Mano de Dios - was born of a friendship rekindled and a shared love for a country brimming with beauty and unparalleled cultural riches. Privileged with rustic and diverse landscapes, Argentina boasts steep mountains, lush vegetation, extreme deserts, sparkling glaciers, and flowing waterfalls. Our wines are meant to evoke this sense of place: the mystery, magic, history, the earth and the sun - an incredible terroir you can taste on your tongue, and feel in your heart. Mano de Dios was also an unforgettable moment in Argentine history with their 1986 World Cup win, a moment collected and shared in friendships, family, romance and, most certainly, wine.
Hand of God's vineyards, wines and winemaker are natives of Argentina. Privileged with rustic and diverse landscapes, Argentina boasts steep mountains, lush vegetation, extreme deserts, sparkling glaciers, and flowing waterfalls. Hand of God's wines are meant to evoke this sense of place - an incredible terroir you can taste on your tongue, and feel in your heart. Do yourself a favor and open your eyes to the mysterious world of Malbec and Argentinian blends.More from this winery
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