Malbec Noemia 2019


Malbec Noemia

  • Organic
  • Biodynamic
Product code
6 x 750ml
Listing type
Type of product
Still wine
Regulated designation
Geographical Indication (GI)
Rio Negro
Closure type
Producer's website

About this winery

Bodega Noemia was inspired by the discovery of a small plot of old vine, pre-phylloxera Malbec in the Río Negro Valley, where almost non-existent rainfall and incessant breezes make vine diseases virtually unknown. Bodega Noemía was originally a collaboration between Danish winemaker Hans Vinding-Diers and Countess Noemi Marone Cinzano. Together they restored the old vineyard back to life and they purchased a small property to make a small amount of wine for fun. The resulting wine quickly...

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Tasting notes

Aromas of intense dark fruit, with hints of coffee, dark chocolate and spice notes. Balanced and elegant, well-integrated fruit, tannins and acidity with a persistent, long finish.

Press reviews

Tim Atkin MW

- 99 points -

Tim Atkin MW, 2023 (Vintage 2019)

Right up there with the best-ever releases of this remarkable wine, the 2019 Noemía is a stunner from Hans Vinding Diers. Using fruit from a 1.5-hectare planted in 1932, it’s a Malbec that tips its hat to Pinot Noir in terms of structure. Fermented with 25% whole bunches for extra complexity, it’s subtle, savoury and effortlessly complex, with engaging minerality, fine-grained tannins and layers of plum, bramble and red berry fruit.

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- 97 points -

November 2021 (Vintage 2019)

Noemía's 2019 Malbec has done it again; Hans Vinding Diers hit the mark with a superbly elegant, nuanced interpretation of Malbec from Mainque, Río Negro. Fermented in open casks, with 30% whole bunches, it was aged in casks and foudres for a year before being racked into used barrels for two more months. The grapes come from a vineyard first planted in 1932 and tended to as a garden ever since. As Vinding Diers says: “We’re working to reveal even more of the magic of this vineyard.” The nose is a pure compendium of fresh plum and sweet and sour cherry along with violets and a hint of tea. The aging process flirts with revealing itself but is only really an insinuation. Things get even better in the complex mouth: the proportion of all the different parts – acidity, tannins and alcohol – ensures good balance and fits perfectly together in a way that they continue right through to a finish where the whole becomes more than the sum. A deliciously detailed wine.

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James Suckling

- 96 points -

#63 Top 100 Wines of Argentina

November 2023 (Vintage 2019)

Beautiful nose of plums, chocolate, cherries, olives and blueberries, with seaweed and crushed stones, too. Hints of lemon zest. It’s silky and well-integrated, with a medium to full body and very fine tannins. Long, savory and elegant. Drink now or hold.

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