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Trivento Brut Nature

Grape variety: Pinot Noir 60% - Chardonnay 40%
Sight: Pale salmon, good release of bubbles and a long lasting foam
Nose: Dried peaches, toasted bread and some yeastiness
Mouth: Sweet entry, unctuous and structured. Balanced acidity and persistent

Trivento Eolo Malbec 2008

Grape variety: Malbec 93% - Cabernet Sauvignon 5% - Petit Verdot 2%
Sight: Dark garnet red envelops captivating purplish reflections.
Nose: An accomplished embrace of the fruit nested within the Malbec clusters, evoking berries, black figs and cherries. Contributions of the Luján de Cuyo terroir are not overshadowed, coming through with reminiscences of lime blossom and clove. The oak provides a stroke of tobacco, while a touch of Petit Verdot gives off notes of graphite.
Mouth: Sweet, juicy and energetic tannins delight on the centre of the palate with pleasant sensations of unctuosity. Complete, with a long and sugary finish in which the Cabernet Sauvignon is discovered within the harmonious structure’s design.

Trivento Eolo Malbec 2009

Grape variety: Malbec 100%
Sight: Displays great density during the descent into the glass. Attractive luminosity, and a deep crimson red that reveals violet flashes.
Nose: Subtle and elegant, with notes of plum, morello cherries and cherries, and exotic hints of violets. Aromas also become discovered due to the French oak barrel ageing, including tobacco, cinnamon and vanilla.
Mouth: A wine that expresses itself sweetly on the palate, with structure and acidity that achieve perfection.

About us

Trivento means three winds: The Polar, Zonda and Sudestada winds that blow across the sunny and arid land of Mendoza. The history of Trivento begins in 1996, year in which the company starts its activities in Mendoza -the  main wine-growing region of Argentina and worldwide recognized as the 8th wine capital. The first acquisition was a small-sized winery and vineyard located in Maipú, named "Los Vientos". In 2005, the company established its Integrated Terroir Wines Program, which maintains that the quality of its wines begins in the vineyard and it also reaffirms its commitment to the growth of high-end wines. Currently, the collection of terroirs includes eight vineyards located in Uco Valley, Luján-Maipú Oasis and Eastern Oasis. They have been carefully selected, with a wide variety of topographies and microclimates for the cultivation of numerous grape varieties.

The winery is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and boasts an air-conditioned room housing French and American oak barrels. Trivento has become the Argentine wine brand with the largest international distribution, reaching more than 100 destinations across the globe.