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New York Wine Expo 2011- New Argentina Wines Being Introduced by Wine Brindis Importers, LLC
During the February 25-27 weekend, Wine Brindis Importers participated in the 4th annual NY Wine Expo held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center where more than 760 wines from all over the world were presented. Argentina took part with 25 wineries.
By: Wine Brindis Importers
Wine Brindis Importers showcased classic varietals produced in Argentina such as Cabernet Sauvignon and typical Argentinean wines like Malbec and Torrontes.
Friday and Saturday were open to the public to present the new wines that could soon be found in nearby stores of the area. Wine Brindis received big crowds at its booth from patrons who loved the wine and others who came around upon hearing the rave reviews from others. Sunday was the last day of the Expo and was for the members of the trade only.
Wine Brindis Importers offered for tasting many of their best wines. Included were a 2008 Toneles del Sur Malbec, 2008 Inspiratto Malbec, 2009 Inspiratto Torrontes, 2008 Zorzal Cabernet Sauvignon, 2008 Zorzal Malbec Reserve and 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon El Secreto.
2 wines very sought after were “Inspiratto Torrontes”, a white varietal original of Argentina that’s sweet and floral to the nose but dry and fruity in the mouth. http://www.winebrindis.com/
In addition to our Torrontes, a new brand of Malbec of exceptional quality “Toneles del Sur” made its debut at the NY Expo. http://www.tonelesdelsur.com
It quickly turned into a crowd favorite with its name being spread across amongst wine drinkers at the Expo looking for the next great wine. The New York Wine Expo has yet again proved the high caliber of the wines imported by Wine Brindis which is proud to represent wines so demanded.
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Wine Brindis Company was founded in 2009 and is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. Its mission is to reach out to small wineries that produce wines that are above expectation of normal wines, in the foothills of Argentina’s Andes
Page Updated Last on: Jun 13, 2011