2014 Altos las Hormigas "Colonia Las Liebres" Bonarda
Forward plum, spice and mocha notes lead in this medium-bodied red, ending with a smoky aftertaste.
We have found that Bonarda seems to match very nicely with most food pairings due to the fruity flavours found inside the bottle. For instance, Bonarda will match very well with pretty much all types of meat, such as all red meats, pork, and lamb. You could pair Bonarda wine all the way from a creamy rosemary pasta to a braised roast beef, with everyone at the table experiencing different flavours coming out of the wine and food, resulting in a complete state of bliss and satisfaction