Winery: Las Perdices

Origin: Agrelo, Luján de Cuyo, Albariño, a variety indigenous to Portugal (where it is called “Alvarinho”), is widely cultivated (3,600 hectares) in the region of Galicia, Spain, on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and under the DO of Rias Baixas (1988).

Composition: 100% Albariño

Alcohol content: 13,5%

Vineyard information: Alluvial origin, silt loam medium depth, settled on a gravel layer. 1.030 m.a.s.l

Production: 6,000 bottles.

Aging potential: 2-4 years

Colour: Pale yellow color with greenish gold highlights.

Aroma: The complexity of this wine fluctuates between its notes of fruit (apricot, apple and citric fruits), of flowers (white flowers, jasmine) and of herbs (fresh-cut grass, fennel)

Mouth: Unctuous on the palate, voluminous, with a velvety sensation to complement its freshness and with a plethora of nuances.

Pairing: Ideal to accompany every type of fish and shellfish in all their preparations.

Categories: , Product ID: 2030


Viña Las Perdices

Argentine viticulture is marked by the stories of European immigrants that arrived to these latitudes and left their marks in the culture of this part of South America. This story has that same origin and an ending written every time someone drinks one of Las Perdices wines. In the early 50s Juan Muñoz , arrived from Andalucía to farm grapevines in Mendoza. The culture says that work is always more important than recognition, that soil marks the rhythm of farm work and frugality is the maximum virtue. In 2004, Nicolas and Juan Carlos (sons of Juan) decided to build a winery where they could produce high quality wines, with great fascination for innovation. In April that same year, founded Las Perdices in the heart of the old family vineyard in Agrelo, where they grew up and learned how to make wine. A beloved territory inhabited by the partridges that inspired the name of the winery. They settle in dry, rocky climates, they do not migrate, but rather choose a house and with a lot of effort, make it their home.


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