Bodega Renacer Punto Final Sauvignon Blanc 2009
Light greenish gold in color, with notes of grapefruit, lime, pinapple and peaches over more subtle herbaceous flavors like asparagus, grass and green olives. Balanced and fresh, with nice acidity that produces a good and long finish. This wine is excellent as an aperitif or when paired with seafood, cheeses and sushi.
Bodega Renacer was built in 2004 in Perdriel, Lujan de Cuyo, in the foothills of the Andes Mountains. It is a fusion between classic and modern architecture: well defined, straight lines combine with Tuscan-inspired walls to provide a highly attractive and unique building. Renacer is equipped with top of the line Italian technology and is also a pioneer in the development of a precision viticulture, producing exceptional grapes that become unique, magnificient wines. At Bodega Renacer they believe that exceptional wine quality should not cost the Earth and they have built their operations around the principle of being one of the most environmentally friendly, bottled wine brands you can get from Argentina. Following this principle, their "Punto Final Malbec" wine comes in an eco-friendly bottle, with a lighter weight (15% less glass, reduced carbon emissions), and a recyclable carton case. Renacer is the first winery in Argentina to use solar energy and it's also the first to offset carbon emissions and certify Carbon Footprint. They also store the water that flows from the Andes Mountains in natural ponds, and they provide the vines only with the water that they need and nothing more, thus maximizing its use. The used water is returned to the environment in its natural state, free of chemicals or foreign substances. Their commitment to the environment takes place also in their offices. They use recycled materials in our boxes and avoid printing unnecesary documents.