In Argentina wine is part of the national culture. Located south of the Americas, with a population of 42 million inhabitants and an area 4 times greater than that of France, Argentina is one of the ecological reserves in the world. Possessing a remarkable natural and landscape, it peaks coexist with plains, lush vegetation with absolute aridity, steppe forests and glaciers with cataracts.
In this context, and over five centuries, Argentina has developed a unique viticulture. The altitude, the continental climate, the extent and diversity of terroirs, low soil fertility, dry weather, the purity of meltwater and cultural legacy of wine make their wines possess unique identity and quality.
For many years, four generations of grape growers have worked with absolute passion and devotion to the land, to understand the intention of the vineyard. The major pillars on which Luigi Bosca has consolidated its credentials are a prestige based on the expertise gained and transferred over the years, the sustained and homogeneous quality of its wines, and a perpetual quest for excellence through innovation and state-of-the-art technology.
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Malbec 2015 (Argentina)
This is an intense purple colour wine, with distinct aromas of ripe red fruits, spices and black pepper. The intensity of the entry in the mouth is complemented with the softness and sweetness of tannins, respecting the characteristics of the grape variety in Argentina. A pure, full-bodied, well-structured red wine with character and all the juiciness typical of this variety. A long lingering and elegant finish.