This wine is produced with grapes from our vineyards, gathered with grapes received from neighbor vineyards of the Valley. It reflects the region and its people, it is present as part of the wine tradition of Bolivia. As a result, its name, “Terruño” (terroir).
Garnacha, Cariñena, Tempranillo.
Early harvest by hand, fermentation with controlled temperature, to preserve the aroma of red fruits typical of the varieties of this red wine, with short period of settling.
Central Valley of Tarija, Santa Ana la Vieja and Santa Ana la Nueva.
Laminar, clay loam/silty.
CRuby red color with violet hues.
Abundant red fruit aromas and delicate hints of vanilla and spices due to subtle hint of oak.
In mouth it is nice and round, with moderate tannins with an after taste that reminds of cherry and plump.
Ideal for roasts, cheeses, cold meats or even casseroles and seasoned dishes. Usually paired with a great variety of traditional Bolivian cuisine.
Awards and Mentions
Mendoza, Argentina, 2011