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Bodegas Bressia
Argentina - Mendoza

Walter Bressia, owner and winemaker of Bodegas Bressia, has been in the Argentine wine trade for almost 30 years. Before founding his family winery in 2003, he was the winemaker at Bodega Vistalba and Viniterra. Walter and his wife Marita, along with daughters Marita & Antonella and sons Walter Jr. & Alvaro, produce some of Argentina's finest wines.

bressia walter&maritaWalter Bressia with daughter Marira

Walter is one of the most respected winemakers in Argentina, and his concept involves the notion of "Vinos de Autor" (Author's wines) or personalized high-quality wines. Bressia has 320 oak barrels, almost all new French and American oak (60% French, 40% American).

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Bodegas Bressia

Bodegas Bressia

wa300A new estate for me, Bodega Bressia-s proprietor, Walter Bressia, has been in the Argentine wine trade for nearly three decades. My favorite of Bressia-s three white wines, the 2010 Lagrima Canela ($50 a bottle) was too expensive to be included in this report, but it-s a killer wine. A barrel-fermented blend of 70% Chardonnay and 30% Semillon, it is a rich, textured, honeyed effort displaying notes of figs, melons, mangoes and other tropical fruits. I tasted two other Bressia wines that were priced too high for this report, the 2009 Profundo (50% Malbec, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% each Merlot and Syrah); ($40.00; 92 points) and the prodigious 2009 Conjuro (50% Malbec, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon and 20% Merlot); ($120.00; 96 points).
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Issue#208, August 2013

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Producer Details
Founded
2003
Location
Argentina
Wine Production Area
Argentina - Mendoza - Lujan de Cuyo, Uco Valley
Owners
Walter Bressia
Winemaker
Walter Bressia
Age of Vines
35 years
Annual Production
28,000 (9-liter Cases)