Argentina & Chile

Argentina & Chile

Andean Vineyards

From our vineyards located in Cuyo region. Deep and stony with very low level of organic matter.

  • Hand harvesting. Destemming and crushing. Addition of selected yeasts. Controlled alcoholic fermentation. Draining. Pneumatic pressing and racking. Controlled natural malolactic fermentation. Stabilizing. Filtration. Bottling.

    Taste: This is a rich red colored Malbec with violet hues. Redolent of plums and blackberries. Good structure with soft tannins and long aftertaste.
    Food Pairings: The ideal wine for grilled meats. It also combines very well with turkey and pasta.
    Drinking Temperature 15°-17° C

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Condor Peak by Andean Vineyards

Produced by Andean Vineyards, it is a premium wine brand representing the synthesis of Argentinean viticulture – diverse varietals from site selected, high altitude vineyards from the best sub regions for each varietal. These grapes, grown in the foothills of the Andes, represent the dream to produce wine in harmony with the earth.

  • Hand harvesting. Destemming. Cold skin maceration for 2 days at 8oC. Addition of selected yeasts. Fermentation at 23o – 26oC during 15 days. Pneumatic press. Controlled natural malolactic fermentation. Stabilization. Filtration. Bottling. 

    Grape: Chardonnay 100%
    Color: Light yellow color, with green hues.
    Taste: Abundant fresh apples and pineapples flavours with a round sensation in the mouth.
    Food Pairings: Serve as an aperitif or to accompany white meat dishes with light sauces, fish or pasta.

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Creto Vineyards

  • Color:

    Bright cherry red color

    Smell:

    Intense nose of strawberry and spiced wood

    Taste:

    Smooth and round on the palate with excellent structure and very well-balanced.

    Food Pairings:

    This wine can be a great companion for Carpaccio with capers.

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Tapiz

The Tapiz Winery, located in the San Pablo I.G. in Mendoza’s Uco Valley, has one of the highest vineyards in Mendoza at 4,600 feet above sea level. Under the ownership and vision of Patricia Ortiz, Tapiz is a pioneer in the region and helped develop San Pablo into one of Argentina’s most renowned IGs. The state-of-the art winery is located in the heart of the estate vineyards, at the foothills of the Andes Mountains.

  • Great tapiz between high altitude fruit and French oak barrels. Lush chocolate and dark fruit flavors with notes of herbs and cassis.

     

    90 Points, Wine Advocate (’18)
    94 Points
    , James Suckling (’17)

Tierra Salvaje

  • Color: Bright, cherry red
    Smell: Intense strawberry and spice
    Taste: Smooth on the palate with excellent structure and very well balanced.

Zolo

Zolo was created in 2003 by of one of Argentina’s leading women in wine, Patricia Ortiz, when she established one of Argentina’s most forward-thinking wineries. Under Patricia’s leadership, Zolo stays true to her vision of creating wines with elegance and identity, reflective of their terroir and respectful to the environment. All Zolo wines are made from estate-grown fruit which have been sustainably farmed. The vineyards are located in the premier region of Luján de Cuyo: Finca Las Llamas in Agrelo and Finca El Jarillal in Alto Agrelo. 

  • Located 3,000 feet above sea level, the combination of warm days and cold nights create wines with excellent maturity and perfect balance. This fruit focused Chardonnay has aromas of tropical fruit, apples and peaches.

    91 PointsJames Suckling (’19)
    Best BuyWine Enthusiast (’19)

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