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Wines

Salentein Reserve Pinot Noir 2009

Grape variety: Pinot Noir 100%
Sight: bright ruby-red color with medium intensity
Nose: it has a fragrant and explosive nose, with aromas of fruits such as cherry, strawberry and raspberry, typical of the Pinot Noir from the upper regions of Uco Valley
Mouth: in the mouth, it has a sweet entry. Its silky tannins and a fresh balanced acidity stand out. The fruit notes are perceived combined with a vanilla touch contributed by French oak

Salentein Reserve Sauvignon Blanc 2010

Grape variety:
Sight: pale greenish - yellow color
Nose: intense and fresh nose, reflecting the varietal typicity of these grapes from Uco Valley. The aroma of pink grapefruit is firstly perceived, then fruits like white peaches, tropical fruits and delicate floral notes are displayed, with mineral hints giving it a unique identity
Mouth: on the palate, the entry is subtle, turning then intense, with pleasant acidity and great varietal typicity, followed by a long and refreshing finish

Numina 2007

Grape variety: Malbec 85% - Merlot 15%
Sight: bright and vivid violet color
Nose: on the nose, it is fresh, with a prevalence of red fruits and hints of black fruits, such as blackcurrant. Violets give a touch of freshness
Mouth: in the mouth, it confirms the nose profile with a perfect balance of sweetness and acidity. Spices notes and soft tannins are perceived. This wine offers a long finish

About us

From vineyards in the upper reaches of the Uco Valley, Mendoza, Bodegas Salentein is changing the face of Argentinian winemaking. The goal of the winery is to make high quality Argentinian wines, while respecting nature and getting involved with the local community. The company's long-lasting commitment to Argentinian people comprises investments, employment opportunities and training. It faces national challenges with vitality and a long-term global perspective.

Bodegas Salentein's estates are located in high slopes at the foot of the Andes Mountains, in the Uco Valley. The estates are located between 1,050 and 1,700 meters above sea level, along 22 kilometers with east-west direction. The highest vineyards of Mendoza and some of the highest ones in the world, are located in one of these estates. The important altitude, alluvial soils, sunny days and cold nights, offer 5 different microclimates, making Salentein's estates unique in their kind and ideal for achieving the highest quality grapes.