The wines of Argentina including organic wines

Bin No. preceeds wine

AR-206.   Torrontes. Amauta Absoluto. 2017/18. El Porvenir de Cafayate. Valle de Cafayate
Yellow with bright greenish tonalities, bright and vivacious. The aroma is fresh, fruity, tropical; intense with a second aroma of flower along with citric notes. In the palate is fresh, young, fruity. Good structure, balanced and with a very good acidity.
Per Bottle £9.55                                            Per Case £114.60
AR- 014.  Sauvignon Blanc. Dona Paula. 2018/19. Uco valley. Mendoza
Intense and typical varietal bouquet with wild mint and grapefruit dominant. This is a fresh, very concentrated wine which is well balanced and persistent.
Per Bottle £9.40                                            Per Case £112.80
AR- 209.  Chardonnay. Don Nicanor. 2016/17. Bodegas Nieto Sentiner. Mendoza.
Aromas of white flowers and citrus notes. Tropical fruits are enhanced by vanillin from its oak fermentation. Full bodied, round and voluminous with a smooth complex structure, and a long finish.
Per Bottle £11.95                                          Per Case £143.40
AR-808.   Malbec. Trivento Tribu. 2018/19. Mendoza.
Aromas of berries and fine herbs with a medium body and rounded tannins.
Per Bottle £7.85                                            Per Case £94.20
AR-022.   Malbec. Punta Negra. 2018/19. Belhara. Estate bottled.  Valle de Uco. Mendoza.
The cool site of the Tupungato vineyards produces a floral and spicy nose. Supple and soft tannins and aromas of red fruits are mingled with notes of mocha and vanilla. The long finish shows well integrated notes of oak.
Per Bottle £8.35                                            Per Case £100.20
AR-006.   Malbec/Merlot. Finca del Alta. 2019/20. Uco Valley. Mendoza.
Aromas of red cherries and blueberry jam. Full bodied with concentrated fruit.
 Per Bottle £7.00                                           Per Case £84.00
AR-009.   Malbec. Tonel 22. 2016/17. Estate bottled. Bodegas Toneles.
Grapes are hand harvested and the wine matured for six months in oak. It has an intense bouquet of ripe plums, cherries and violets. In the mouth it is soft and rounded with balanced tannins and a fresh persistent finish.
Per Bottle £11.50                                          Per Case £138.00
AR-010.   Malbec. Dona Paula. 2017/18. Estate bottled. Lujan de Cuya.  Mendoza
Good concentration and structure. The tannins are soft with a persistent finish. A delicious Malbec which over delivers.
Per Bottle £9.35                                            Per Case £112.20
AR-203.   Malbec. Don Nicanor. 2017/18. Estate bottled. Bodegas Nieto Senetiner. Mendoza.
Deep, dark back berry fruit and damson mingle with earthy mocha and vanilla on the nose. The palate is smooth and rounded with supple tannins and a long, intense finish.
Per Bottle £12.75                                          Per Case £153.00
AR-011.   Malbec. Finca del Alta. 2018/19. Andean vineyards. Mendoza.
Soft, medium to full bodied wine with a pleasurable palate of ripe red fruit flavours and an elegant touch of smokiness and vanilla.
Per Bottle £7.75                                            Per Case £93.00
AR-012.   Cabernet Franc/Malbec. 2013/14. Fuego Blanco. Pedernal Valley. Cuyo.
The nose shows very floral aromas and something balsamic without being herbal. The palate is vibrant combining buttery tannins and great, almost citric acidity that makes you salivate. The finish is very long and persistent. An elegant complex wine.
Per Bottle £22.20                                          Per Case £266.40
AR-208.    Cabernet Sauvignon. Amayan.  Belhara Estate. 2017. Uco Valley. Mendoza.
The Amayan 2017 is a dark ruby colour. The nose has elegant aromas of spice combined with floral notes, while on the palate raspberry and mulberry combine with a sense of minerality and freshness.
Peer Bottle £10.35                                         Per Case £124.20

Winelist updated June 2020 VAT included

'It is of far more importance to select your wine merchant than to select your wine, for a merchant with a reputation to lose will never give you bad advice'