Elaboration of 2009 Navarro Correas Extra Brut
2009 Navarro Correas Extra Brut (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir)
With over two centuries of impeccable career, Navarro Correas is one of the leading wineries in the market for premium wines. Since 1996, it belongs to CINBA S.A. and, through this company, DIAGEO, the International Group largest producer of drinks in the world. Tradition, prestige and elegance are the concepts distinguishing Navarro Correas within the broad spectrum of Argentine wineries. The Navarro Correas family descends from the Correas, an ancient tradition in the development and production of fine wines. Its origin dates back to 1798, when Don Juan de Dios Correas planted the first seeds in Mendoza land at the foot of the Andes. Since mid-1800, and for a century, the family sold their grapes and wines from other producers. But in 1974, Don Edmundo Navarro Correas, direct descendant of Juan de Dios Correas, decided to start making wine under his own name. In order to increase processing capacity and storage of wine, increase the export challenge and inserted in the circuit of Tourism Wine Routes, Navarro Correas inaugurates new winery in Godoy Cruz (Mendoza). With a total investment of 3 million, the new facility has an area of 3.5 hectares. Among the new areas there is a 800m2 Visitor Center, a Wine Bar, two tasting rooms, an exhibition hall, a reception, two underground cellars Premium wines, and an area of fermentation, conservation and harvesting. Navarro Correas is known for providing special treatment in the selection of grapes and make a wine with application of special techniques, respecting traditional methods and combining them with new technologies to produce world-class wines. Thanks to the challenge of constant renewal and investment in modern refrigeration equipment, stainless steel tanks and small French oak barrels, stamped traditionally characterizes Navarro Correas currently offers a select range of wines and sparkling wines.
Bodega Navarro Correas originated in Mendoza. Its history goes back to Don Juan de Dios Correas, who planted his first vines located at the foot of the Andes.More about the Winery
Reviews of 2009 Navarro Correas Extra Brut
Nice colour. Good yeast aromas enhance a wine's bouquet. I noticed the 2008 a little astringent.