Pais Salvaje blanco is a wine born from a second wild discovery within JBouchon’s Pais ‘jungle’ vines. After their first harvest of Pais Salvaje in 2015, the 2016 harvest began and they realized that certain clusters of these wild vines were much lighter in color than others. They decided to harvest and vinify these lighter clusters separately and age the wine in an ancient tinaja (clay amphora) with native yeast with no filtration. Pais Salvaje blanco was born.
Single-vineyard estate Cab picked from the best block of Lewelling Ranch. Sumptuous aromas of berries, coffee and vanilla.
This Malbec is from the newly designated sub-appellation Paraje Altamira in the Uco Valley. Available exclusively at restaurants and wine bars.
Perdriel terroir and precision winemaking make this one of Argentina’s best Cabs.
Cabernet lovers will ‘Rejoice’ when realizing their favorite varietal gets even better with the soft touch of Malbec.
‘Find your passion’ with Angel Paulucci riding through his Ugarteche vineyards in his 1933 Model A.
‘Never slow down’ and dance in Tupungato with Domingo Fazzio with his Malbec full of supple tannins, red currant, and mocha notes.
This complex table blend of Malbec, Syrah, and Bonarda is perfect by the glass, but you’ll want it by the bottle.
Single Vineyard Cab from the best block of an 80-year old pergola style Cabernet vineyard planted with original vines.
As #45 on Wine Spectator’s ‘Top 100 List’ in 2015, this ‘Patriotic’ old-vine Bonarda and Malbec is blended to perfection.