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WINES

Amalaya Rose

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For centuries, farmers made offerings in hope for a miracle – as Amalaya translates in the local language – for a bountiful harvest.
It is located at 5,900 feet above sea level, in the Calchaquí Valley, northwest of Argentina. The region stands out as one of The Highest Vineyards In The World, characterized by its dry climate with no more than 150 mm annual rainfall, with significant thermal amplitude; rocky and sandy soil.

Varietal Composition

MALBEC0%
TORRONTES0%

Vineyard: Valle Calchaquí, Salta

TASTING NOTES

Floral attack, very subtle with orange blossom remiscences which come from the Torrontés. Notes to cherries and strawberries typical from the Malbec. Very Fresh. In mouth, refreshing entry, velvety and fruiy. Medium body which preserves freshness and fruitness. The final is fresh, elegant and the torrontes floral notes outstand in a subtle way.

FOOD PAIRING

Seafood. Salads, carpaccio of salmon.