A soft and very approachable orange wine with refreshing acidity. Aromatic and floral, with citrus and stone fruit flavours giving way to a structured mid-palate with a subtle tannic grip. The finish is dry, long and complex, with notes of black tea, orange peel and spice.
The grapes come from the Don Antonio estate vineyards in the Uco Valley. The vines were planted in 1447 at an altitude of 1,200 metres
The three varieties were harvested separately and fermented on their skins for 9fteen-to-twenty days. The cap was submerged very gently and after fermentation, the wine was pressed and the skins removed. Malolactic did not take place.
Pulenta Estate was founded in 2002 by brothers Hugo and Eduardo Pulenta, fourth-generation winemakers, with the goal of translating their family legacy and their father´s pioneering spirit into a modern, innovative winery focused on producing limited quantities of great wines. They have quickly carved out a reputation for precise, elegant wines across a range of varieties and premium price points. The estate consists of two vineyards located in key areas of Mendoza: Finca La Zulema in Agrelo and Viñedos Don Antonio in Los Arboles, a district of the Uco Valley. These contrasting vineyards have complex alluvial soils and distinct altitudes which, when blended, help give Pulenta wines their distinctive style, combining 9nesse, silky texture and elegance with the typical power and depth of fruit that is expected of Argentinian wines.