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Familia Otero Ramos

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Ramos Otero launched its new wine “30 Yardas Blend 2014″

Se trata de su línea entry level. Según contaron desde la bodega, es un blend de Malbec-Tannat y Bonarda, muy moderno y frutado. “Este vino tiene un toque muy sutil de madera francesa el cual se ha ensamblado muy bien con el vino haciéndolo más dulce y más untuoso. Esto hace que sea un vino [...]


Familia Otero Ramos, awarded at “La Mujer Elije”

Familia Otero Ramos winery was highly recognized at the International wine contest “La Mujer Elije”, achieving Gold Medal with two of its wines: Andestierra Estate Malbec 2010 and Andestierra Estate Malbec-Cabernet Sauvignon 2011.


Wines

SUIPACHA RESERVA TANNAT 2011

Grape variety: Tannat 100%
Sight: Intense and opaque Bishop’s purple red.
Nose: Ripe red fruits, raisins, blackberries, spices, smoke and fresh tobacco.
Mouth: Well-balanced palate, of intense and firm tannins. Complex finish due to its ageing in French oak.

30 YARDAS MALBEC 2011

Grape variety: Malbec 100%
Sight:
Nose: Aromas of red fruit, spices and vanilla hints.
Mouth:

ANDESTIERRA RESERVA MALBEC 2007

Grape variety: Malbec 100%
Sight: Deep red color with purple shades.
Nose: Red rose petal aromas, cherry and black plum with hints of figs and spices.
Mouth: Very well structured with a long tantalizing finish depicts the wine’s high range and prestige. Aging in French and American oak barrels of first use provide a complex finish.

About us

The project that Manuel Otero Ramos had matured for many years was posed as one of seriousness and importance, strongly determined as a legacy, and today he shows it with great pride. FAMILIA OTERO RAMOS is the result of many decades of effort, passion and hard work. In a province where wine culture has been fostered for years by their ancestors, few succeed in accomplishing wine entrepreneurships. This is the case of Manuel Otero, who carries viticulture in his veins and managed to get involved with the land.  A decade ago, he decided to make this dream come true. This is when this ambitious project came to light. In the late 90’s he acquired a parcel of rich soil in Luján de Cuyo, first wine region in Mendoza and cradle of Mendoza´s signature grape variety. Then, since 2000, “Don” Manuel together with his wife and children has continued with the accomplishment of this project, imprint of which has always been passion and the hope of achieving the set goal.

The winery’s Spanish style is typical of late 19th century. It has a wine cellar intended for the wine aging in oak barrels and bottles, with equipment for humidity and temperature control. Premium wines, the highest technology and the most careful and traditional winemaking practices identify this winery. A five-star rural lodge has been conceived as part of the winery’s project, targeted at first-class tourists seeking to enjoy a comfortable and excellent service.