Paso A Paso - Criollas - Blanco - 750 Ml
Paso A Paso - Criollas - Blanco - 750 Ml
Paso A Paso - Criollas - Blanco - 750 Ml
Paso A Paso - Criollas - Blanco - 750 Ml
Paso A Paso - Criollas - Blanco - 750 Ml

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Paso A Paso - Criollas - Blanco - 750 Ml

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$1,960.00

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This wine has been created with the aim of demonstrating the great oenological capacity of grapes and forgotten areas. In this case Criolla grapes, implanted in the 60s, in the plain of Mendoza. Together with Don Dante Graciano, a winegrower in the area, it was decided to make a selection of Creole grapes and this is how this wine that bears his name emerged. This wine was obtained from the simultaneous harvest and cofermentation of 4 creole varieties, very easy to drink and expressive in aromas.

 

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Product Details

Composición varietal
80% Malbec, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon,10% Ancellotta
Método de elaboración
Fermentación regular
Graduación Alcohólica
Height
700 m
Enólogo/a
type of container
Botle
País
Argentina
Provincia
Mendoza
Región
Mendoza
Sub-región
Recomendación
Ideal para una cena romántica
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About Paso A Paso

Norberto Páez and Sebastián Bisole, both agronomists, took their first steps in the experimental winery of the Enology Chair of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences of the U.N. Cuyo. After obtaining good results, and anxious to bring to the market a wine that carries its identity from the grape to the glass, they rented a garage and made their first cut of Malbec and Bonarda using plastic bins to ferment and barrels reconditioned by them for aging. . These wines fell into the category of Home Wine. Later they offered him space in the Palo Alto de Cruz de Piedra winery to start making the 2015 vintage that would end up being the two specimens that are on the market today: Paso a Paso Malbec and Paso a Paso Bonarda.

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