Tomás Achával and his family produce small amounts of wine from old vines in amazing sites across Argentina, in the foothills of the Andes Mountains. The Andes produce wines with tremendous personality due to its conditions: extreme altitudes, dramatic temperature fluctuations, and intense solar radiation. In these areas, grapes like Malbec flourish unlike anywhere else in the world. The tannins become sweeter, softer, and rounder. The minerality and fruit expressions explode.
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Very Dark Red. The name frankly speaks for itself. Petit Verdot is a grape of dark color, stout tannins and concentrated flavors. The small berries of Petite Sirah means a more intense maceration of skin-to-juice ratio and some of the longest tannins of any vinifera. Together they create a dark, concentrated wine that can be…