Torrontés is the signature white variety of Argentina and is a cross between Muscat of Alexandria and the Mission grape of Galicia. It thrives in Salta, where the climate is cooler. Bodega Colomé’s Torrontés is grown using the pergola system at very low yields to ensure good concentration of aromas and flavours.
Overall, the Calchaqui Valley reached the optimal condition...
Made from a national grape called Bonarda (Corbeau in France, Charbono in USA). From two vineyards from Agrelo, Lujan de Cuyo (Mendoza) at 900 metres above the sea level
Deep ruby to deep purple colour. Pure strawberry and blueberry fruit abound on the enticing nose. The palate is complex and layered with all spices, cherry, tobacco and plum fruits. Finely structured tannins provide texture whilst a clean acidity maintains freshness. The finish is long and displays ripe blueberry, sweet smoke and dark fruits.
The wine is aged for 6 months in American oak barriques.
Bodega Los Haroldos are one of Argentina’s leading family-owned wineries.
Produced from premium vineyard sites in Mendoza, where they utilise high altitude to impart character and freshness in their wines. A top end wine produced from 70 year old vineyards in highly prized area of La Consulta.
Vinification: The wine is aged for...
This Chardonnay is grown in one of the best areas in the Mendoza region: Lujan de Cuyo sub region. The wine is made with a classic fermentation process. Then it will age for 6 months in American oak barrels. This ageing adds complexity, creaminess and structure.