Thursday, 19 June 2008

Malbec Cologne from Argentina

Familia Zuccardi, an Argentinian winery located on the outskirts of the city of Mendoza, 600 miles to the West of Buenos Aires have launched a new debut masculine fragrance based on the aromas of Malbec wine, as it is iconic of Argentinian wines.

The Malbec cologne was developed by a company called Aromas del Vino, which have already distinguished themselves by creating a technical game allowing the recognition of some of the 150 nuances that can be found in a wine. The premise to them was that making a good wine was like making a good perfume. The perfume is in fact carried by wine alcohol.

Malbec often known as Côt in Bordeaux and was exported to South America before the Phylloxera outbreak devastated the vines in France.

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