Argentina Guide Rest of the world


Written by Piero Pardini


Alamos is one of the leading Argentine wineries, with over one hundred years of history.
The vineyards are located in the foothills of the Andes and the wines are named after the “poplar” trees that grow tall and strong to protect the precious fruit from pests, winds and frosts, allowing them to become tasty, accessible and authentically Argentine wines.
The soil is dry and porous and the difficulty of the vines in absorbing the snow melt water creates wines with optimal natural acidity and synchronized maturation of sugars and tannins.
Intense daylight and cool nights enhance the concentration of aromas and flavours, giving rise to a long and soft finish.

Labels reviewed
Bonarda 2019

Ruta Provincial 92 s/n, Vista Flores
Tunuyán, Mendoza – Argentina
Phone +1-877-798-2783

About the author

Piero Pardini

Founder and editor of "The Wolf Post", Italian based International digital wine platform.
Freelance Journalist.
Wine critic and Sommelier.
He has also written about sports and technology for some specialized magazines.
Co-author of the authorized biography "Gianni Clerici - The writer, the poet the journalist", Le Lettere, Firenze.

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