Wines

This section is dedicated to show you some of the wines that we taste periodically and that we hope you can enjoy too. We will include tasting notes, advices on how to buy and a list of the places where you can get them. Remember, the best wine is the one that pleases your palate; we just help you in your search.



  • 29
    AUG
    2011

    Wine Tasting by Martín Mantegini

    Wine tasting is an activity that should not worry us, the word “taste” often involves a certain amount of sophistication, leaving aside the term “enjoying”. Tasting wine is nothing more than taste, that is, feel, see, touch, hear, smell and savor it, simple as that.

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  • 06
    AUG
    2011

    TUESDAYS´ PALATE

    Felipe Rutini 96 at Farrah´s

    This section shows how diverse and attractive argentine bars and restaurants can be, but they mean nothing without a proper bartender or without a skilled cook. In our case, we also consider important to put together a great wine with a passionate palate to enjoy and respect the product. For this reason we visited "Farrah Cocina de Autor” (Signature Cuisine) located in Mendoza City, a family business as warm as professional, to satisfy our thirst for the last bottle of 1996 Felipe Rutini of our humble cellar.


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  • 14
    JUL
    2011

    Punto Final Malbec Clásico 2009 (Renacer Winery)

    • The vineyard: Combination of grapes from the Uco Valley (1100 mts. above sea level), Luján de Cuyo (980 mts. above sea level) and Medrano (750 mts. above sea level) in Mendoza, Argentina. Shoot position.
    • The wine: Is attractive from the beginning for its intense violet color, it has a very fruity nose showing an interesting mix of maturity and freshness that is transferred to the mouth with gentle tannins and a sober plus of the oak. It’s a good typical Malbec that Argentineans like so much, due to its vigor, youth and freshness.
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  • 13
    JUL
    2011

    Chardonnay Caelum 2009 (Caelum Winery)

    • The vineyard: Grapes from the Uco Valley (Tupungato, 1150 mts. Above sea level.) Horizontally trained. Mendoza, Argentina.
    • The wine: 100% Chardonnay with character and to make the most while its young, it’s light but its expression of single grape is noticeable, tropical and citric with a light touch minerality, that makes it very attractive once you drink it, full of fruit, acidic and refreshing.
  • 13
    JUL
    2011

    Sauvignon Blanc 2010 GEA (Staphyle Winery)

    • The vineyard: Luján de Cuyo (Ugarteche, 940 mts. Above sea level) Mendoza, Argentina. Shoot position.
    • The wine: Respects the nobility of Sauvignon Blanc from Mendoza with an explosion of citric fruit and fresh herbs. The acidity is firm and dominates the mid palate, leaving pleasant memories after you drink it. Excellent option to add to the list of the best of this single varietal.
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