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)
Muscat of Alexandria and Torrontés
Early harvest by hand, fermentation in controlled temperature, to preserve the fruity and floral aromas of Muscat grape and the elegance of the Torrontés, with short settling period.
Central Valley of Tarija, Santa Ana la Vieja and Santa Ana la Nueva.
Laminar, clay loam/silty.
Pale gold color with green and silver sparkles.
highlights of orange blossom and jasmine tones of the varieties of vines, gathered with a delicious lemon and grapefruit peel aroma.
In mouth it is citric and very fresh, with good acidity and a pleasant after taste.
Ideal with fish, specially grilled. It is also a good complement for entries and desserts.
Awards and Mentions
Mendoza, Argentina, 2009