Exotico blend blanco, 50% Marsanne y 50% Rousanne cofermentados y provenientes de nuestra finca de Los Chacayes, en el Corazón del Valle de Uco.
Not a Rosé!, a clarete!, fantastic crazy co-fermentation of grenache noir and marsanne, plus a dash of syrah!
This wine is a blend of 50% Marsanne and 50% Roussanne all from a single vineyard in the Los Chacayes IG in the Uco Valley. The nose jumps out of the glass with notes of orange peel, apricot, candied peach, and tangerine all woven together with white flowers, lavender, and a touch of coriander. The palate shows good acidity to match the full bodied character and the wine finishes with notes of honeydew melon and just a hint of flor. Rockstar juice in a bottle!
This wine is 100% hand harvested Grenache Noir from our single vineyard in the Los Chacayes IG within the Uco Valley. The nose is vibrant showing red cherry, raspberry, sage, thyme, and black pepper that leads into a light mid palate with hints of cinnamon, brown sugar, and a sprinkle of lemon balm. A light wine with a bright finish and lingering red fruit.
This wine is 100% hand harvested Monastrell (Mouverdre) from our single vineyard in the Los Chacayes IG within the Uco Valley. The nose is bright with notes of sweet black cherry and cocoa that lead into a soft, round mid palate with hints of tobacco and dried leaves. The color is a bit darker than the 2016 but the fruit is held up by vibrant acidity and light tannin. The finish is juicy and long that begs you to have another glass. AMAZING!!
Perhaps the highest Mencia in the world, and the only Argentinan one for now, it comes from our young vineyard in Chacayes, it fermented destemmed in concrete eggs and matured in used oak barrels for one and a half years. It follows the house style of pale and ethereal reds with a medium body and great energy and elegance. It's very drinkable, with very fine tannins, very good freshness and no oak whatsoever. Somehow, the wine has 13.2% alcohol and an incredible seven grams of acidity (tartaric), perhaps from being planted at 1,100 meters in altitude, and it has more acidity than the majority of wines produced with the grape in Spain. It also seems to be more elegant and perfumed. Only 1.800 bottles were filled in October 2019.