Argentine Wineries. Located at 39º south latitude, Arenales is one of the vine production sites with the longest sun exposure in the southern hemisphere. In Arenales, southeast of the province of the city of Buenos Aires and east of the traditional wine areas of Argentina, has recently begun to make high-quality wines. The vines are malbec, merlot, pinot noir, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, cabernet, sauvignon, torrontés, for wines marketed under the brands Schroeder and Saurus.
The winery was created in thousands and two. Its wines are conceived with merlot, malbec, cabernet sauvignon, and chardonnay vineyards. The history of this winery dates back to eighteen hundred and seventy-nine when Felipe Ruttini, son of an Italian winemaker migrated and plants his first vines in Mendoza
This is the reason why in recent times vineyards belonging to the most essential Argentine wineries have been planted here. Located at the foot of the Andes Mountains, with average altitudes above one thousand meters, it appears as a privileged area for the production of grapes and wines of very high quality. VALLE DE UCO REGION: includes the departments of Tunuyán, Tupungato and San Carlos
We recommend drinking it in Argentine wineries with red meats (the traditional Argentinean asado criollo), meat empanadas, pasta with red sauces, grilled lamb, cassoulet, grilled pork and / or soft cheeses. Decant for one hour before drinking. Keep in a cool, dark place without vibrations
In the mouth, it has a great personality, manly, full-bodied, harmonious, and sensual
DESCRIPTION The Serving temperature of this wine is between 16º and 18º C potential for aging for about seven years. Winter notes of truffles, coffee, roasted almonds, vanilla, cinnamon, smoke, tobacco, black pepper, and chocolate are the most dominant elements. Vinification and conservation of each varietal separately until the moment of the Wine of defined profile and also intense, of deep red color turning between violets and blues
Cold maceration and daily pumping over. Vinification manual harvest and grape selection. Mendoza Province, Argentina
AGEING / BARRELING eighteen months in French oak barrels
CLOSED BOX X six UNITSDATA SHEET
Argentine Wineries: Nieto Senetiner Type: Red Varietal: Blend Blend Blend: Malbec thirty-three percent Cabernet Sauvignon thirty-three percent Merlot thirty-four percent Alcohol: thirteen and five percent LOCATION / ORIGIN Agralo, Luján de Cuyo. Las Moras Gran Shiraz is a synthesis of these factors reflecting the careful selection of the best Shiraz grapes from the valleys,” commented Ghiorzi
With more than 1,100 hectares of vineyards in the Pedernal (1,350 meters), Zonda (950 meters) and Tulum (650 meters) valleys, the winery is focused on sustainability, continuous innovation and a culture of exploitation of micro-regions that contribute to difficulty and elegance to each of its wine lines
in the wholesale wine market, the San Juan winery of the Peñaflor group, launched Paz, a new line of high-end wines composed of 3 varietals and a bi-varietal: Malbec, Syrah and Bonarda, and the Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc blend. Today there are twelve or fifteen top quality San Juan brands in restaurants, bars and pubs”, he pointed out. In the past, you used to go to a restaurant and there were two brands of San Juan wines on the menu, of quality varietals, and a huge offer from Mendoza
In the 1980s, eighty liters a year were consumed per inhabitant; today it has dropped to twenty-nine liters but the quality of what is consumed has increased. Today the consumer public values wine, is knowledgeable, finds it interesting and consumption has changed a lot, less volume but more quality. Mas used technology and reconversion and did it really well, she was meticulous and found results in high-end wines
He stated that although San Juan was always and always a step behind Mendoza as a producer of high-quality wines, the province diversifies more than Mendoza, it generates fresh grapes, raisins, must, and wines. Casademont highlighted the development of San Juan in recent times in the preparation of fine wines and also in consumption. In this sense, Walter Bressia, president of Bodegas de Argentina, a civil association that gathers the main wineries in the country, clarifies that the situation is not critical but there are those who are not having a good time”.