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A bright, crisp, summery white wine from vines that are over a century old! Chile's largely forgotten vines of the Itata Valley are some of the oldest in the New World, and are largely own-rooted, bush vines on granite-rich soils. The "Grand Itata Blanco" is a blend of 40% Semillon, 30% Moscatel, and 30% Riesling, direct-pressed, aged in neutral oak, and then rested in bottle for three months before release. The aromas of this wine leap out of the glass with just-snapped jalapeno, white lillies, grapefruit, tarragon, and lime. On the palate the acidity is vibrant and bracing, notes of freshly squeezed lemon, chamomile, crunchy peppers, and sweet basil. A great pairing with tortas and tacos! Michelle DeWyngaert
Way up at 3,215 ft elevation is the picturesque Tikal estate in the famed Vista Flores area of the Uco Valley. The vineyards are organic and biodynamic certified and entirely ungrafted. Though this is a blend of 60% and 40% Syrah, lovers of classic Mendoza Malbec will find much to enjoy. Luscious, ripe blackberry, cassis, and plum preserves are balanced with more savory notes of black pepper, cedar, and a little cured meat. The wine is aged for 8 months in 20% new oak (mostly French, with some American barrels used), and 80% neutral barrels, giving it just a kiss of baking spice and vanilla. Michelle DeWyngaert
100% Carignan from 60+ year-old vines in the Maule Valley, grown on granite with organic practices and no irrigation. The grapes are fermented in and aged for four months in cement vats to maintain the freshness and purity of the fruit.