12 - 14 °C
Subtropical dry and continental.
With an elegant bouquet of red fruits and white fruits, it's passage through wood combines the presence of fruits such as cherries and ripe plums with smoked, toasted and a hint of coffee.
Soft aromas of red fruits.
ABOUT THE WINERY: CHAÑARMUYO
We started at the end of 2001. We always believe, we dream, we bet. Although sometimes we feel defeated, we never lower our arms. The town quintupled its population and the young people of Chañarmuyo returned. And they settled down to form families, raise children, educate them. They grew up believing and also betting. A dream came true, with patience and humility. The work was great and did not loosen up. And in the wine we were new, in a new place. We had to learn a lot, from the best. And we hire the best. Today we are a "company", without thinking for a moment about abandoning our philosophy of feeling part of the community and protagonists of a dream. We have consecrated the work as a formidable vehicle for training and personal fulfillment. Work, investment and human virtue is the formula. In respect and harmony with those around us. Learning from the best, but demanding. Believing and asking God every day enlightens us to be a little better. Giving thanks, always. We have very good wines, some think they are the best in their segment. And we are in many markets around the world. From Chañarmuyo. For less than 20 years. From scratch, high-end wines.
OUR SOMELIER REVIEW
When you buy a rose, you think in Provence. Of course! Because its the queen of the rose wine regions. But almost all wine regions in the world that have red grapes make rose wine, and are just as fantastic!
La rioja is a very warm area in Argentina and is great for Sirah and Viognier, traditional grapes in the Rhone Valley (an also very warm area in France). Syrah is a red grape, like you certainly know, but Viognier is white, and we don’t know who was the first to blend those two grapes, but it works! Both for red and rose wine making.Viognier adds to this blend acidity and beautiful white fruit flavors like pear and apples.
The color is a precious pale pink, almost white and the palate is delicate and fresh.
It’s a wine really well made for a summer day at the pool or a light brunch with friends. Try this with baked salmon with cream cheese and enjoy. Life is good!