The average wine lover, most likely, has never heard of Bonarda. And if you ask them about Argentinian reds, they will most likely name Malbec. Sure, Malbec may get most of the attention but Bonarda is actually the second most commonly planted red grape in all of Argentina, behind only the mighty Malbec. If you’ve never gotten the chance to taste a Bonarda before, you couldn’t ask for a better one than the Laymount.
That’s because the wines of Laymount come from Mendoza in Argentina. Mendoza is one of the most renowned wine regions in the whole world and Argentina’s version of Napa Valley. They have an eye to quality which is hard to match and ensures that you’ll get something to love when you open any bottle of Laymount.
Ripe red fruits lead with underlying notes of vanilla on the nose of this deep red wine. This is a full bodied beauty (just how we love them!) and the fruit and vanilla continue on the palate. The finish lingers with round and sweet tannins. After a glass (or a bottle!), you’ll be glad you met one beautiful Bonarda.