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31 May 2018 News

In a recent article on Escapadas.UK, author Lorenzo Belenguer discusses Stephanie Morton-Small’s ideas behind creating The Owl & The Dust Devil augmented reality app. He states, “Stephanie was inspired by the inquisitive owls and the dramatic whirlwind formations in Remolinos Vineyard at Finca Decero wine estate in Argentina. Drawing on these two natural wonders she named, wrote, designed and did the voiceover to create the full story of The Owl & The Dust Devil working alongside a digital team to create her short animation film.”

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30 May 2018 News

The London Economic picks The Owl & The Dust Devil as it’s “Wine of the Week” praising its unique and innovative augmented reality app. The author states, “The multi-sensory experience begins by either touching the screen to move the owl or blowing it to form the Dust Devil: this kick starts a whimsical, animated short film about the charming story of the roles of both the owl & the dust devil in protecting the vineyard.”

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16 May 2018 News

Female First, a UK based site, chats with Stephanie Morton Small of Finca Decero about the ground breaking augmented reality app she created for The Owl & The Dust Devil. She says “I think it is the ultimate dinner party wine! A great conversation starter that will enliven all the senses… and a great way to keep your guests occupied, and impressed, if you are between courses!”

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22nd November 2017 News

Ray Isle of Food & Wine Magazine has included Finca Decero Cabernet 2014 and Mitolo Jester Cabernet 2015 as part of his “Best Red Wine Holiday Gift Ideas.” Both of these gems provide serious bang for your buck.

Ray states, “There is no better wine for the holidays than Cabernet Sauvignon… here are 19 spectacular Cabernets from around the world to seek out for the holidays. And don’t forget to buy a bottle for yourself—this season can be stressful, after all, and you deserve a present, too.”

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16 June 2015 News

Decanter Magazine released their top 22 Malbec wines from Mendoza. On the list is Finca Decero’s 2012 Malbec with a 91 point score! The review is as follows, “From one of the highest sites in Agrelo, this is a polished expression of Malbec. Rich in cherry and violet aromas, its structure feels tight, firm and ready for a steak. With still some years ahead, you might want to save a case.” Click here to see the full list.

 
4 March 2015 News

By far the most comprehensive tasting of Argentine wines in the world, the 9th annual Wines of Argentina event took place on February 13th.  It was entitled “The Empowerment of Women in Wine”, and emphasized the role women play in the wine industry.  The jury was all female, with 18 total judges and 6 Masters of Wine, including Jancis Robinson.

Decero Amano has twice already won the Trophy as Best Premium Red, and incredibly this year the Decero Petit Verdot 2012 won Best Wine from Mendoza and Best Wine from Argentina $30-$50.

The Decero Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 additionally won a Gold Medal in the category of $20-$30 Cabernet.

These accolades certainly speak to the tremendous quality of Decero; we still can’t get over the fact the Petit Verdot outshined all the great Malbec and Cabernet produced in Mendoza – incredible!

 

 
27 October 2014 News

Wine Spectator features on their website new reviews for 14 Cabernets for $30 or less from Argentina. Of the “refined reds from Argentina”, number 3 is Finca Decero’s 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon with 90 points!

FINCA DECERO Cabernet Sauvignon Agrelo Remolinos Vineyard 2012 Score: 90 | $22

“A vibrant and rich red, with concentrated flavors of dark cherry, Christmas pudding and macerated plum, accented by hints of raspberry ganache. Black licorice and mineral details show on the finish. Drink now through 2018. 7,000 cases imported.” —K.M.

 

 
29 April 2014 News

Stephen Tanzer’s Winophilia published a piece entitled “Impossible Malbec Bargains: Mine the Gap”.  Tanzer talks of Argentine wines that can be enjoyed that are “ridiculously cheap for their quality”.  Of his suggestions was Finca Decero’s 2012 Malbec, and his tasting notes are as follows. “The Decero 2012 Malbec Remolinos Vineyard Agrelo Mendoza ($21; Vintus) delivers pure aromas of blackberry, licorice, bitter chocolate and violet. This juicy, concentrated, polished wine shows a distinct medicinal reserve to its flavors of darkest berries, mocha and bitter chocolate. The aftertaste is smooth and persistent, with a serious coating of fine-grained tannins and lingering dark berry and licorice notes.” Click here to read the full piece.

 
29 April 2013 News

Steven Tanzer’s e-zine, Winopilia, featured Argentina’s value Malbecs for $20 or less. Tanzer explains, “Importers of wines from Southern Hemisphere countries like Argentina, Chile and South Africa often bemoan the fact that most consumers don’t understand why they should be asked to pay more than twenty bucks for a satisfying bottle of wine from these countries. Sadly, in a growing number of cases, importers here can’t justify bringing in the top bottlings from many of their most quality-conscious producers because they can’t sell them.” But when it comes to Argentina, Tanzer says, ‘this country still offers a great number of seriously concentrated and satisfying red wines, mostly from malbec, at amazingly palatable prices”. In March/April issue of the International Wine Cellar, Stephen Tanzer offered many wines that are malbec-based and rated a solid 90 points. One of the wines listed was Finca Decero’s 2011 Malbec, his notes are below! Click here to read the full piece.

The Finca Decero 2011 Malbec Remolinos Vineyard Mendoza ($20; Vintus Wines) leads off with slightly high-toned aromas of blackberry, kirsch, bitter chocolate, violet and spice cake. It’s densely packed and smooth but also light on its feet thanks to harmonious acidity, conveying a restrained sweetness to its dark berry, licorice, violet and tobacco flavors. The finish shows smooth tannins and sneaky length.”  90 Points Stephen Tanzer, International Wine Cellar