Four Italian partners got together to create this winery after recognizing the potential of old vines grown in the warm climate of Argentina. Bonarda also happens to have Italian origins. The Las Hormigas vineyard is located at 800 to 900 meters altitude. Blueberry fruit, a touch of acidity and a really warming wine from the most widely planted grape in the Argentine.
This great new value comes from the high zone of Mendoza in the Val de Uco. The vineyards of Los Nevados are planted at almost four thousand feet thus benefiting from the cooler climate and a longer growing season. Fermented in stainless steel and aged in 30% new oak for a couple of months, it's got bright rich fruit with great balance of freshness and a complex finish.
This is yet another great value from Los Nevados. It’s everything you expect from Cabernet Sauvignon - hints of spice, smoke bell peppers and chocolate. It’s a perfect accompaniment to steak, venison and stews.
This great new value comes from the high zone of Mendoza in the Val de Uco. The vineyards of Los Nevados are planted at almost four thousand feet thus benefiting from the cooler climate and a longer growing season. This is a rich, full-bodied Chardonnay without the oak, making it refreshing and a bit too easy to drink!
Tetra packed palatable vino. Y&B’s mission is to reduce the carbon footprint while making delicious organic wines. Mission accomplished. This is a bright, ripe, refreshing and unoaked version of Malbec. Plus there’s an entire liter here, more drink for your friends.
This lovely, organically grown Malbec form Argentina will please both your palate, and your wallet. It has plenty of dark fruit and spice without being cloying, or over the top. Nicely balanced with a touch of acidity and thankfully lacking any hint of oak, this is a great everyday wine, and perfect for those Summer barbecues.
The winemaker for Jelu was making wine in his native New Zealand and recently relocated to Argentina to tend to vines. He makes wines with a subtle approach. Soft raspberry fruit, touch of earthiness, light on the tannins and body.
Torrontes is a fun grape with such intense floral aromas on the nose that one would assume it would be juicy and cloying. While there are many sweeter versions on the market, this torrontes shines with notes of lychee, orange blossom, and jasmine and a crisp, dry finish. All hand harvested grapes from a single vineyard, this well balanced wine is a great sipper.
Lush nose laced with black-berry and plum fruit. Soft yet focused on the palate, with additional flavors of strawberry and wild herbs. Medium tannins and balanced acidity. A more complex and interesting wine than most Malbecs at this price, but still a crowd-pleaser! Winemaking Details: Natural Yeast, Unfined
Carmelo Patti’s wines have something of a cult following with devoted fans in Argentina and abroad. “I don’t want to [make wine] for commercial reasons,” says Patti, who only has one employee. Patti was an important force for the rebirth of fine wine production in Mendoza. His winemaking style is as unique as his character; no consultants, no manipulation, no pretentions.