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Piattelli Vineyards



Piattelli Grand Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2007

Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon 85% - Malbec 15%
Sight: Intense deep red color
Nose: In the nose, it displays red and black fruits aromas such as strawberries, cherries and cassis, combined with notes of chocolate and smoke.
Mouth: In the mouth, this wine has great body, balanced tannins and a lingering finish.

Piattelli Grand Reserve Malbec 2009

Grape variety: Malbec 100%
Sight: it exhibits a deep maroon-red color
Nose: aromas of black fruits stand out. Vanilla and chocolate notes, granted by oak aging, are also perceived combined with floral aromas
Mouth: on the palate, sweet tannins, typical of the Malbec, emerge within its great structure, offering an unctuous and long finish

Piattelli Premium Cabernet Sauvignon 2006

Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon 90% - Malbec 10%
Sight: Red color
Nose: In the nose, it displays red fruit aromas with a spiced background and vanilla hints.
Mouth: In the mouth, it is a medium-body wine with balanced acidity and tannins.

About us

Jon Malinski, Piattelli Vineyards´ American owner, visited Argentina for the first time in 2002. He fell in love with Mendoza, where he bought the vineyard situated in Cobos Street and started to produce high quality wines. In 2004, the winery was built fulfilling Malinski`s dream and in 2009, Piattelli Vineyards opened its doors to the public.
Even though the winery's style reflects the past, the combination of traditional methods and state-of-the-art technology aims at making high quality wines. The winemaking process of wines is focused on a great care of grapes as well as a complete control of every vinification stage. Until the optimum maturity level is reached, the wines rest in French and American oak barrels in the underground cellar. The concept that guides Piattelli wines is the one of "organic production", conceived by a combination of soil nourished only with natural manure and a
severe winter pruning limiting the yield. The process grants its wines a great concentration of aromas and flavors.