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.
The wines of the Cruz de Piedra zone of Mendoza are known for big, robust flavours and textures, and this Chardonnay is no exception. Overflowing with sumptuous aromas of tropical fruit, apple, banana, custard, butter, vanilla and toast. Full bodied and mouth-filling, with a creamy texture and good balancing acidity.
La Mascota Malbec shows an intense purple color with ruby hues and displays aromas of black fruits, jam and vanilla, A very subtle licorice touch and full-bodied tannins lead to a long and pleasant finish.
Pale yellow with greenish reflections. From floral aromas such as honeysuckle and fruit to peaches and citrus fruits. Excellent with fish and seafood in light preparations, vegetable salads, terrines and pates.
Los arboles Malbec fells fruity on the palate. It is a medium-bodied and balanced wine. Nice with roasted red meats, fishes such as roasted red tuna with and intense sauce, roasted poultry, different pork dishes and pasta stuffed with meat
Dry, fresh aromas of red fruits set up a tight, sinewy palate with little to no fat. Direct, hard-hitting flavors of cherry and berry fruits are what they are. Overall, this is a forward wine with low amounts of spice and complexity.
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.
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.