Via Revolucionaria 2019 'Pura' Bonarda, Mendoza

Via Revolucionaria 2019 'Pura' Bonarda, Mendoza

Item Number: 14200

UPC: 0-810451030170

Country: Argentina
Region: Mendoza
Sub Region: Uco Valley
Appellation/AVA: Tupungato
Estate Grown Wine: No
Vineyard Designation: Manuel Pelegrina
Vintage: 2019
Grape(s): 100% Bonarda
Type: Wine - Red
Bottle Size: 750 ml
Pack: 12
Closure: Screw Cap
Alc by Vol(%): 12
Viticulture: Practicing Organic
Soil Type: Sandy
Elevation: 3,940 feet

Vineyard Notes: The Bonarda grapes are sourced from the Manuel Pelegrina Vineyard in Tupungato, a subregion of Uco Valley, Mendoza. The vineyard was planted in 1972 and is comprised of 10 acres of sandy soil located at an altitude of 3,940 feet. Read more about Argentinian Bonarda here .

Winemaking Notes: This 100% carbonic macerated Bonarda was harvested by hand over four separate passages. Fermentation occurred with indigenous yeast.

Tasting Notes: A seductively perfumed nose evokes fruit notes of blueberry, cherry, and raspberry. The vibrant fruit-dominated vinose, leads to a soft and round mid palate, held together by firm tannins and bright acidity.


  • The Wine Advocate
    Rating: 90 (10/31/2019)

    Part of the almost-experimental wines, the 2019 Via Revolucionaria Bonarda Pura was fermented with 50% carbonic maceration and the rest in concrete egg. The grapes come from a parral planted in the 1970s in Campo Vidal (Tupungato). It has an unusual roasted nose, with toasted/smoky notes, despite the fact that the wine sees zero oak. Matías Michelini reckons it must be compounds coming from the stems. There is less character from the carbonic maceration, and the wine feels more serious, with notes of black fruit and an earthy twist. It has more complexity in the palate, with more structure and grip, with moderate alcohol, and as is the case with most wines at this address, it has an electric sensation in the palate, a kind of effervescence (but no gas) from the lively acidity.