A wine with smooth tannins, slightly spicy in the mouth, with notes of ripe cherries and blueberries. It will be an excellent companion for steaks, duck, semi-hard cheeses.
Mendoza, one of Argentina's most important wine-growing and wine-producing regions, supplies four out of every five bottles of the country's wine. Despite such a large production, it is in this region that the most important, best-known and highest quality Argentinean wines are produced. One of the highest vineyards in this country are those located in the Uco Valley - the southern part of Mendoza - located at an altitude of 1050 to 1700 m above sea level.
The Bodegas Salentein wineries are the heart and soul of the Uco Valley - a wonderful project that captured the imaginations of Argentines and wine lovers from around the world. Salentein has created a new vision of quality and character for this extraordinary region. The company honors and promotes the culture and inhabitants of the Uco Valley while producing wines that are successful around the world. The Uco Valley is definitely the future of Argentinean wine. The high elevations and rocky alluvial soils create ideal conditions for the production of world-class wines. For twenty years, Salentein has been a leader in the Uco Valley, offering a unique combination of properties in the most recognizable sub-regions.