This is a smooth blend of 2 classic Argentinean grapes, offering a rich, red-colored wine with violet hues, redolent of plums and cherries, with a subtle hint of black pepper. Medium bodied, juicy with a lingering taste. Great with a vareity of grilled meat.
This classic Bordeaux-blend offers a brilliant, clear yellow color with lemon-green hues. Fresh aromas of grapefruit and asparagus. Grassy, with delicate tropical fruits, this is an overall winner white, great at any time of the day.
Mendoza, Argentina- On the nose the cinnamon and pineapple aromas are underscored with a definite vanilla presence. The flavor is fresh and happily youthful, with hints of fruit such as peach and coconut.
Deep and lush up front, this blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec and Cab Franc offers highly appealing aromas of blackberry and toast. Dense, layered and hefty on the palate, this extracted but well-balanced blend piles on blueberry, black plum, cassis and toast flavours.
Cabernet Sauvignon is grown almost everywhere in the world, but despite this it seems to have become synonymous with California. And while California makes some excellent expressions of this grape, don’t let that keep you from exploring other regions. Today for example we have an excellent example of Cabernet from the land of Malbec — Mendoza, Argentina.
An intense colour is apprecoted, with purple and bright hues. It exhibits scents of red and ripe fruits such as cherries and plums, enriched by delicate chocolate and vanilla contributed by the keeping in wood. Of a sound velvet and tannin structure, elegant as well, which give a long final mouth tasting.
Bright, intense red color. On the nose, it is very elegant and delicate and offers jammy aromas and also red fruits like plums and cherries. An excellent assemblage is achieved by the aromas of chocolate, smoke and tobacco. In the mouth, it is intense and complex with a long persistence, sweet and round tannins, and pleasing textures.
In the mid Uco Valley county of Tunuyan, the Andes mountains kick in to east, bringing them much closer to the vineyards. At 4,000 ‘ elevation lies the district of Los Chacayes which boasts very rock, limestone rich soils. This soil profile produces Malbec with delicate floral aromas, deep blue fruit flavours and a salty mineralogy. The wine is co-fermented with 10-12% Cabernet Franc for additional complexity.
The Uco Valley is located 30 miles to the south, southwest of the city of Mendoza. Altitudes range from 3,700’ to 5,000’ elevation. The Uco Valley has a shallow soil profile with a sandy – silt texture. This soil profile produces Malbecs with intense floral aromatics, dark fruit flavors, rich texture and a bright, fresh finish – mountain soil Malbec.
Acidity and inherently sweet flavor, you’ll find it pairs well with foods that have a sweet and sour element. Meat Pairings
Veal, Trout, Chicken, Turkey, Pork Chop, Guinea Foul, Halibut, Smoked Salmon, Terrine .