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Terrazas de Los Andes



Terrazas Reserva SYRAH 2007

Grape variety: Syrah 100%
Sight: Purple intense and brilliant.
Nose: In nose it is complex and intense. Aromas are perceived to cherries, figs, jam of cherries and black chocolate accompanied by floral notes. Slight shades of rind of orange and hazelnuts, contributed by his step along wood, contribute with his aromatic complexity.
Mouth: Soft, of good body, the structure appears at the end of the mouth. Elegant and long, with good aromatic persistence.

Terrazas Reserva MALBEC 2007

Grape variety: Malbec 100%
Sight: Deep violet, with ruby highlights.
Nose: Intense notes of black cherries, figs and sour cherry jam, followed by a delicate violet perfume. Spicy notes, like white pepper, and liquorices.Barrel ageing contributes with a caramel and vanilla touches.
Mouth: Stands by its intensity and balance. With firm and well rounded tannins, offers a long mouth finish. Results in an extremely elegant wine.

Terrazas Reserva Torrontés 2009

Grape variety: Torrontés 100%
Sight: It is brilliant green yellowed. with golden highlights.
Nose: White flower aromas such as orange blossom and rose combine harmoniously with its intense fruity notes of pear, mango and passion fruit.
Mouth: It is fruity with an excellent acidity expressed in an outstanding freshness. With great aromatic roundness and taste persistence, characteristic of this variety. Elegant and reflect it's personality.

About us

Terrazas de los Andes' story began as the LVMH subsidiary Moët & Chandon toured the world searching to establish its first vineyards outside France. In the late 1950's, the luxury group's Chief Winemaker, Renaud Poirier, chose Mendoza, Argentina, as the destination for its first international experiment.

Terrazas de los Andes winery was inaugurated following the restoration of an old Spanish-style winery. The estate was established in 1898, in the heart of Perdriel facing the impressive Cordón del Plata, a section of the Andes Mountains, where the cultivation of the best red grapes in Mendoza is concentrated.

Building on more than 50 years of research and development on Mendoza's terraced microclimates, Terrazas de los Andes has established a philosophy based on Argentina´s primary advantage in the world of winemaking: ideal altitude grape cultivation. Through the cultivation of grapes originated in the best viticulture regions, Terrazas de los Andes has identified those with the greatest adaptation to each area and consequently determined the ideal altitude for each variety.