Vino Petit Verdot Atamisque 750 Ml.
Vino Petit Verdot Atamisque 750 Ml.
Vino Petit Verdot Atamisque 750 Ml.
Vino Petit Verdot Atamisque 750 Ml.
Vino Petit Verdot Atamisque 750 Ml.

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Vino Petit Verdot Atamisque 750 Ml.


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Superb and imposing, a great balance between fruits, tannins and barrel resulting in a long and pleasant finish on the palate.

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When you enter the Uco Valley by the Los Cerrillos road, Atamisque is the first winery you cross. With vineyards in Tupungato and a curious construction with stone ceilings, this winery has the oenology of Philippe Caraguel who for this top of the range of the winery uses grapes from an 80-year-old vineyard from La Consulta. The production is concentrated in Premium wines, making responsible use of the first quality French oak and obtaining wines of a lot of character, fruity and with a not very high alcohol content. Atamisque, an aboriginal shrub that grows naturally around the winery, gave rise to the name of the farm where the winery is located.

Product Details

Petit Verdot
Estilo de vino
Tinto Robusto Concentrado Persistente
Método de elaboración
Fermentación regular
Crianza en madera
Entre 1300 y 1400 msnm
type of container
línea ó Segmento
Gran reserva
Región Atlántica
Zona Vitivinícola
La Rioja
Con este regalo no podes fallar, de adapta a toca ocasión
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About Atamisque

"Uco" was an Indian chief, from the tribe of the Huarpes Millcayak, who inhabited this valley for centuries. It was only around 1491-1493 that the Incas arrived from Peru. In 1608 the Jesuits settled in Mendoza and in 1658 they founded a rural property in the Uco Valley; the San José ranch, which gave rise to the town and the Atamisque ranch created later. This property owned 19,000 hectares; being divided at the end of the XIX century. The ranch had different owners who followed each other, until it was acquired by a Frenchman, John Du Monceau, who fell in love with the place and decided to settle there to live. His wife, Chantal, having had a winemaker grandfather in the Beaujolais region of France, supports the idea of ​​building a winery on the property; This is how "Bodega Atamisque" was born, which is inspired by the original name of the place, with the first harvest taking place in March 2007.

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