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Altos Las Hormigas



Colonia Las Liebres Bonarda 2011

Grape variety: Bonarda 100%
Sight: A deep and brilliant red-purple color.
Nose: A penetrating nose of roses, ripe red fruit and spicy black pepper.
Mouth: On the palate the wine is lean, elegant and subtle, hinting at its unoaked, low intervention winemaking style in order to preserve the characteristics of the Bonarda Argentina grape. Finishes with soft, sweet tannins, freshness and lively natural acidity.

Clásico Malbec 2012

Grape variety: Malbec 100%
Sight: Bright and luminous ruby red hues in the glass.
Nose: Delicate aromas of red fruit, fresh strawberries and plum, and a touch of exotic spice.
Mouth: The palate is fully of juicy, elegant fruit, silky tannins and a balanced structure. The result is an honest, persistent Malbec with a lingering finish.

Clásico Malbec 2011

Grape variety: Malbec 100%
Sight: Deep, purple-red hues hint, a classic Malbec from Mendoza.
Nose: Delicate aromas of fresh black currant, wild blackberry and notes of soft vanilla blend with a subtle toasted-oak finish.
Mouth: The palate displays characteristics of the excellent 2011 vintage: juicy, elegant fruit, soft tannins and a balanced structure. The result is an honest, persistent Malbec.

About us

Altos Las Hormigas envisions a terroir in Argentina. Malbec specialists since 1995, well-known Tuscan winemaker Alberto Antonini,  Antonio Morescalchi, a young entrepreneur and the whole “Team of Ants” - as they call themselves, understand that outstanding wine can only stem from an outstanding soil.

Working closely with terroir expert Pedro Parra, they have been digging and probing in every corner of Mendoza, searching for parcels like some would hunt a treasure. Using advanced techniques of macrozoning and microzoning, they are committed to capturing the quintessence of Mendoza’s character and terroir and reveal it through their wines.