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Unique experience: the 5 outstanding wines to celebrate the 2023 Harvest

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With friends or family, to celebrate or relax, a special recommendation of five wines that cannot be missing from the table. To enjoy.

The National Harvest Festival 2023 summoned thousands of people in Mendoza, who enjoyed the most attractive event for both locals and foreign tourists. A celebratory weekend where wine was the master of ceremony throughout.

Harvest 2023: five recommended wines

Par excellence, Mendoza soil has well earned its reputation as a producer of high quality raw materials. The grape is par excellence one of its insignia, something that is internationally recognized. this is how argentina Compete globally with the powers of the wine industry and offers high-end wines.

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That is why from the Vintage, there are a series of recommendations for those who choose to drink a good wine, on any occasion. The objective is to enjoy a noble and characteristic drink of this soil.

Next is a special recommendation of five unique wines to taste and discover. Reds, whites and oranges They are part of the selection to celebrate the Harvest or throughout the year.

Krontiras Malbec

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  • A wine noted for the quality of its artisanal process, from planting to harvest, where the grapes are chosen manually.
  • Made in Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza province.
  • It presents aromas of red fruits such as prunes, a remarkable expression of wood with notes of vanilla. Balanced in acidity and alcohol. With an elegant and smooth finish on the palate.
  • This Malbec is harvested during the last days of March and the beginning of April. Alcoholic fermentation is carried out by wild yeasts.
  • Pairing: Roasted meats, grilled meat, game birds, cured cheeses.
  • Operating temperature: 16º to 18º C

Soulmate Carignan

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  • This 100% Carignan blend was grafted onto old Creole variety vines in 2017, planted in the Lavalle area, to the east of Mendoza.
  • With 25% of the whole bunch and aged for ten months in used wooden barrels, it has sweet flavors and the acidity integrates very well, providing freshness.
  • Onofri Wines’ wine catalog works with non-traditional vines, from fresh and fruity “naked” wines without wood to complex wines with blends and great aging potential.
  • Operating temperature: 16° to 18°C
  • Pairing: Red meat, pork, poultry, grilled, smoked, roasted, soft and strong cheeses.

Step by Step Orange Field blend

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  • It belongs to the Paso a Paso Vinos de Garage line.
  • It has a varied varietal composition, with Riojan Torrontés, Pinot Gris and Pedro Ximenez from Tunuyán and Tupungatocoming from the Valle de Uco region, in Mendoza.
  • It has maceration for almost 120 days, made with ancestral artisan methods and with minimal intervention.
  • The orange wines They are made from white grapes vinified as red and follow a process similar to that used more than 8,000 years ago in the area of ​​Asia Minor.
  • Fermentation occurs in the presence of must and skin (grape skin). They are usually fruity and aromatic, as well as presenting very soft tannins.
  • Pairing: blue or fatty fish such as salmon, tuna or bonito. Grilled gizzards.
  • Operating temperature: 8°-10ºC

Pulenta Cabernet Sauvignon

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  • 100% Cabernet Sauvignon strain.
  • Harvest and manual selection of bunches and grains in the winery. Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tanks, French oak barrels and concrete tanks.
  • Originally from Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza province.
  • Aging for 12 months in French oak: 50% in first-use barrels and 50% in second-use barrels.
  • Operating temperature: between 16º and 18º C,
  • Pairing: ideal to accompany a grilled entrecote with fennel and radish salad.

Roaring White Court (blend)

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  • Use grapes of Central European origin, such as Gewürztraminer. Pinot Gris and Chardonnay are added to this blend.
  • Origin: Sarmiento, Chubut province.
  • The Otronia Winery is located in the heart of Patagonia at the 45’33 parallel, probably the last southern frontier for growing vines. The calcareous soil, the permanent winds and the dry climate guarantee disease-free organic grape production.
  • Its tasting notes are bright pale yellow with green reflections. Aromas of tropical fruits, citrus peel and floral hints of jasmine thanks to the contribution of Gewürztraminer.
  • It is aged in French oak foudres and in concrete vats for 12 months.
  • Pairing: poultry, shellfish, fish, lobster, soft and strong cheeses, nuts.
  • Operating temperature: 8 to 10°C

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