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Chenin, Torrontés La Agrícola Villa Vieja, 2012Chenin, Torrontés La Agrícola Villa Vieja, 2012Our price: £8.90ViewBased at the Santa Rosa Estate, situated 85km east of Mendoza City, the well-known Zuccardi family produce entry level, fruit driven wines that offer great value for money. Malbec Selection, Terrazas de los Andes, 2011Malbec Selection, Terrazas de los Andes, 2011Our price: £17.60ViewIn the late 1950s, Renaud Poirer, the Oenology Director at Moët & Chandon, was sent to South America to research the region’s potential for world-class wine production. He was particularly impressed by the conditions and soils in Mendoza and so, on his say so, Moët & Chandon opted to establish their first ever vineyards outside France, in the Argentine region. Taking advantage of the unique Mendoza topography among the foothills of the Andes, Terras de los Andes has emerged as a 21st Century pioneer in capturing the essence of Argentine fruit expression and forging a distinct national style. Malbec, Kaiken, 2011Malbec, Kaiken, 2011Our price: £10.20ViewBased in the Mendoza region of Argentina and named after the Kaiken, a wild goose that is native to Patagonia and flies over the Andes on the Chilean-Argentine border, this is a secondary estate owned by the Montes group. Similarly to their original vineyards in Chile, all decisions are controlled by owners Aurelio Montes and Douglas Murray, in an effort to produce wines of a similar quality to those which have already earned this partnership worldwide recognition.
Pinot Gris, Santa Celina, 2012Pinot Gris, Santa Celina, 2012Our price: £10.35ViewTen years ago Jacques and Francois Lurton bought land in Vista Flores, south of Mendoza at an altitude of 1100 metres, and in Barrancas on the plateau to the east of Mendoza at an altitude of 600 metres. These terroirs were selected for the quality of their soil, climate and quantity of available water. As the land had not been previously cultivated the soils were completely free from chemicals. The soil is calcareous and the lack of organic matter happily restricts vigorous vine growth. They produce wines brimming with personality and varietal character. Puro Malbec, Ojo De Vino, 2013Puro Malbec, Ojo De Vino, 2013Our price: £16.10ViewPuro is made exclusively from bio-certified grapes from their own vineyard in Agrelo Alto, which is considered to be one of Mendoza’s best wine-producing region. The soil is stony and dry, and contains several minerals that have been washed down in melt-water from the Andes over millions of years. A trickle irrigation system distributes the water from the rivers and groundwater lakes among the vineyards. Ojo de Vino thus regularly obtain high-quality grapes, which it presses in a winery boasting state-of-the-art wine-making equipment. The wines are pressed from fully ripe grapes. Thanks to Mendoza’s very dry climate, there is no problem with humidity in the autumn and the fungal infestation it causes. The prohibition of fungicides forces organic vintners all over the world to harvest grapes early and thus before their aromas have fully developed. In Mendoza this problem does not exist. The climate in Mendoza, which offers all these advantages, enables them to produce organically certified, first-class wines. This Puro Malbec is big and full bodied without being too jammy, yet it exudes pure Malbec fruit characters as no oak was involved in the ageing. The 10 months of ageing on its lees in stainless steel gives it a wonderful soft creaminess.Quinto Malbec, Riglos 2001Quinto Malbec, Riglos 2001Our price: £17.90ViewRiglos wines, from a beautiful wine estate called Finca Las Divas in the upcoming Gualtallary sub-district of Tupungato, is a fairly new venture. It is a collaboration spearheaded by friends and business partners Dario Werthein and Fabian Suffern, with a real scoop of talent on the wine front: oenologist Pulqui Rodriguez, Agronomist Hernán Cortegoso, and one Paul Hobbs as winemaker-consultant. Not a bad start! Most of the vines are still under 10 years old, a fact that beggars belief when you taste these magnificent specimens. There is a beguiling combination of intense fruit concentration and an under-stated quality that is impossible to ignore. The wines are gaining recognition quickly and we are confident that they will take their rightful place amongst Argentina’s finest for a very long time to come.
Santa Julia Organic Malbec, Zuccardi Family, 2013Santa Julia Organic Malbec, Zuccardi Family, 2013Our price: £10.20ViewA relatively young estate founded in the early 1990s, Santa Julia offers wines which are a striking example of the quality produce now being created in the Argentine region of Mendoza. Shiraz Malbec Villa Vieja 2013Shiraz Malbec Villa Vieja 2013Our price: £8.75ViewBased at the Santa Rosa Estate, situated 85km east of Mendoza City, the well-known Zuccardi family produce entry level, fruit driven wines that offer great value for money.Ultra Malbec, Kaiken, 2011Ultra Malbec, Kaiken, 2011Our price: £15.00ViewBased in the Mendoza region of Argentina and named after the Kaiken, a wild goose that is native to Patagonia and flies over the Andes on the Chilean-Argentine border, this is a secondary estate owned by the Montes group.Similarly to their original vineyards in Chile, all decisions are controlled by owners Aurelio Montes and Douglas Murray, in an effort to produce wines of a similar quality to those which have already earned this partnership worldwide recognition.
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