Description/ Tasting NotesIntense ruby red with purple flashes. Complex in nose, with fresh aromas that recall fresh cherries and strawberries. Elegant floral notes. Its concentration and smoothness combined with its acidity ensures a persistent and elegant wine.
Winery Info/ Brand
Don Fioravante Sottano, was one of the pioneers of the viticulture in Mendoza. Following the family 's legacy, his son Ricardo and his grandsons Diego and Pablo y Mauricio, decided to go into wine-making and make this dream a reality. Located in one of the most exclusive regions of Mendoza for producing high quality grapes and wine, 74 acres of owned vineyards are nestled in Perdriel and 25 acres in Tupungato with 100% of the vineyards covered with anti-hail net and drip irrigation.
Region Info/ Origin
Mendoza, in Argentina's Cuyo region, is the capital of Mendoza Province and the heart of Argentina's wine country. Its many bodegas (wineries) are famous for tastings and tours. Mendoza Climate, in general, is moderately cold during winters, with sunny days and lows regularly below freezing temperature. Rainfall is scarce and not enough to support vines, but heavy winter snowfall on the Andes mountains provides snowmelt water for irrigation. The soils of the different winemaking regions originated from the erosion and decomposition of the Andean rocks and minerals in the Quaternary period. Mendoza's vines are famed for Malbecs and other bold reds.