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Sogrape, dueña de Finca Flichman, subastó vino de 1815

Se trata de una botella de Porto Ferreira Vintage 1815 que fue subastada en el marco de la conmemoración del 200 aniversario de la batalla de Waterloo para fines benéficos.


Finca Flichman, exponent of the Argentine winemaking in China

Finca Flichman announced that its winemaker, Germán Berra, was selected as figure of the Argentine winemaking to represent the country at the Annual Wine Festival in Ningxia, China’s major wine region. During the event, Berra will give several talks about the quality of Argentine wines, apart from running a tasting of Finca Flichman’s wines.


Wines

Caballero de la Cepa Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon 100%
Sight: Deep ruby red with violet tints
Nose: Red fruits from the forest, spices and chocolate
Mouth: Concentrated flavor. Fruits and herbs in oak background

Finca Flichman Extra Brut

Grape variety: Chardonnay 80% - Malbec 20%
Sight: Attractive salmon-pink color
Nose: Fruity aroma; pineapple and melon predominance
Mouth: Fresh and pleasant white fruits based flavor

Finca Flichman Roble Chardonnay 2011

Grape variety: Chardonnay 100%
Sight: Yellow - green color
Nose: Pineapple, asparagus and vanilla
Mouth: Fresh. Tropical fruits

About us

In 1873 Sami Flichman, a polish immigrant, established himself in Barrancas, Maipú. As a visionary pioneer, he developed the first vineyards in a depression formed by the Mendoza River.

Around 1910, the Flichman family inaugurated the property under the name of Finca Flichman. It was in 1998 when Sogrape, a portuguese viticultural group (owned by the Guedes family) acquired Finca Flichman. With a team of professionals and international consultants, a strategic plan concerning production and development was created. The original winery, surrounded by its vineyards, was restored, enlarged and equipped with the most advanced technology. Finca Flichman has 950 hectares of vineyards, whose grapes come from the 360 hectares planted with noble varieties. Its vineyards stretch over two regions in Mendoza: Barrancas, at 700 meters above sea level, and the privileged Tupungato area, at 1,100 meters.