Ten thousand kilometers away from their native land, grapes from Old World encountered generous sunshine and laborious hands at the foot of the Andes. In Mendoza, these grapes displayed their full potential, becoming the most cherished varieties of their new home: Argentina, land of charm and passion.
From Luján de Cuyo. The soul - rich,
enveloping texture and dark, luscious fruit.
From Maipú. The style - a touch of Old World,
structure and vibrant color.
From Tupungato: The Spirit – lively spice and flamboyant fresh berry flavors.
It’s the stroke of madness that binds the soul and style.
“A meticulous assemblage of Malbec with powerful Mendozan Syrah and rediscovered Bonarda. Deep red in color with violet tinges and crimson reflections with an aroma of fresh red fruits, combined with notes of clove, smoke, vanilla and toast. It’s a seductive wine on the palate with exquisitely smooth tannins and an impetuous, pleasurable finish” Germán Di Cesare.
From San Martín and Tunuyán. The foundation – a torrent of fresh fruit, floral perfume and vibrant acidity.
From Tupungato. The color – deep hues mix with subtle, smooth sweetness and lifted floral notes.
From Tupungato. The Body – a seductive balance of voluptuous texture, aromatic citrus and tropical fruit.
“This delicate assemblage of Torrontés, Viognier and Chardonnay displays a brilliant yellow color with greenish notes. It possesses refined aromas of rose and jasmine, with notes of citrus, white peach and apricot. Delightful on the palate, exhibiting exquisite freshness and lasting finish.” Germán Di Cesare.