Wine DiamAndes, "Perlita" Malbec-Syrah
The wine is a deep ruby color with a purple hue.
The wine is smooth, silky, well-balanced taste, with soft, velvety tannins, which are fresh and ripe fruit notes intertwined with spicy nuances. The finish is long, expressive.
Fresh and elegant aroma of the wine reveals hints of succulent cherries, fragrance of violets on the background of light nuances of spices.
The wine should be served with meat appetizers, game, roasted red or white meat, spicy dishes, spicy cheese.
Perlita Malbec-Syrah, 2011 - a rich, fresh, full-bodied wine with a pleasant fruity flavor and smooth, balanced, juicy taste. The blend is dominated by wine grapes Malbec (80%), supplemented by a small amount of Shiraz (20%). Every kind of complement each other and showing their best varietal quality. Chilled wine will make a good pair of white and red meat, grilled, and game and cheese.
Vineyards Diamandes economy grow in the foothills of the Andes at an altitude of 1100 meters above sea level and the Argentine generous sun helps the grapes reach optimal maturity level. The total area of vineyards in the Uco Valley is 130 hectares and the soil in addition to clay and sand contains a large number of pebbles that promotes good drainage. Fully ripe grapes are harvested by hand in 10 kg boxes. The modern winery berry cooled and double-sorted manually. Fermentation takes place in small containers of stainless steel at low temperatures. In the process of making wine pumps are not used, and the mixing of the wort is carried out by gravity. Aged wine for 10 months in French oak barrels. Wine is recommended to decant for 30 minutes before use.
In 2005, the family of Bonnie France, which since 1996 owns the famous Chateau Malartic Lagraver and Chateau Gazen Rokinkourt decided to learn "new horizons" and moved to Argentina, to create high-quality wines with individual style. For his new project, Alfred-Alexandre Bonnie and his wife, Michelle, have acquired a piece of land in Argentina - in the heart of Uco Valley, south of the city of Mendoza. Thus arose the winery Diamandes whose name combines two words - "Diamante", which in Spanish means "diamond" and "Andes" - the Andes Mountains. The winery was a part of the well-known and authoritative group of Clos de los Siete - association of French winemakers by the famous enologist Michel Rolland.
Modern winery Diamandes possible integrated into a complex ecosystem of the environment. Its architectural design developed on a special project, harmoniously blended into the picturesque landscape of the Andes. Vineyards farms are located in one of the best wine regions of Argentina. The climate of the region - dry continental, with relatively low humidity. Day and night temperature differences contribute to the concentration of tannins in the berries essential for the production of high quality wines. The company cultivates mainly grape variety Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as small amounts of Chardonnay, Viognier, Merlot, Shiraz and Petit Verdot. A fabulous terroir, ideal climate, combined with the experience of farm owner Alfred-Alexander and his Argentine employees, led to the creation of intense, complex, balanced wine with elegant depth. The first wine was produced in 2007, it was followed by other vintages. Perseverance, dedication and love for his work brought a relatively young winery Diamandes fame and great success. Wine companies have already gained high rankings in reputable journals Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast, and also received high grades from the wine critic Robert Parker.