Mosquita Muerta - Perro Callejero -...
Mosquita Muerta - Perro Callejero -...
Mosquita Muerta - Perro Callejero -...
Mosquita Muerta - Perro Callejero -...
Mosquita Muerta - Perro Callejero -...

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Mosquita Muerta - Perro Callejero - Blend - 2018 - 750 Ml.

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Serious and harmonious, with a nice mix of flowers, berries and herbs. The palate combines power and elegance and is medium-bodied with fine-grained tannins and a dry, flavorful finish.

 

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Description

The Mosquita Muerta project began in 2010 with the help of José Millán (son). It is focused on the development of Premium Blends. For this, a careful selection of different varieties located in own vineyards and third parties in the most important areas of Mendoza is made. The vineyards located in Gualtallary, Vista Flores, Chacayes, Tupungato, La Consulta, Los Arboles, Altamira, Perdriel and Medrano are the ones that give life to these wines.

Product Details

Método de elaboración
Crianza en madera
Height
Enólogo/a
type of container
Botle
País
Argentina
Provincia
Mendoza
Región
Mendoza
Sub-región
Terroir Blend
year
2018
Maridaje
Composición varietal
Graduación Alcohólica
13°
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About Bodega Toneles

Toneles was founded in 1922 by the Armando family who built their dream of immigrants with the classic, elegant air and with a certain charm of the belle epoque, marked by details and art nouveau ornaments, which give the building great beauty and personality.

Although at the beginning it was called Armando Hermanos, it was yielding to the popular denomination "Bodega de los Toneles" due to the impact caused by its huge French oak vessels where they grew their beloved wines.

Eighty years later, in 2002, the winery was acquired by the Millán family who rescued the old spirit but with the contribution of modern technology and construction details that recovered their memory of glory. Recognized by Great Wine Capitals with the following awards: 2013 Family Winery silver medal and Architecture and landscapes silver medal; 2014 gold medal Architecture and landscapes; 2016 Restaurant bronze medal and 2017 Restaurant gold medal.

Wine transmits in its spirit the manifestation of the earth and the work of human beings. Therefore, it was decided from the beginning that the winery would only take grapes from small-scale vineyards. These are found in various regions, where fewer varieties are planted per hectare and quantity is replaced by quality in terms of expected yield, thus preserving and transmitting the values ​​and personality of each farm.

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