La Boca Las Calles Malbec - Mendoza, Argentina
google
La Boca Las Calles Malbec - Mendoza, Argentina
La Boca Las Calles Malbec - Mendoza, Argentina
google
La Boca Las Calles Malbec - Mendoza, Argentina

La Boca Las Calles Malbec 2021 - Mendoza, Argentina

$36 $46
Quantity

This is Great……and Here’s Why!

Winemaker "Wow! This is absolutely bursting with luscious ripe fruits; from blue fruits to blackberry, it's all juicy fruits here on in. With mouth-filling tannins, that are not drying, just well balanced, the flavour continues and layers with sweet smoky spices with a lively unabated finish. Deliciousness!"

100% Malbec
Alcohol: 13.5%

'La Boca' is a call to adventure, and an invitation to turn away from the mundane and step into a life rich in colour and culture. Where art sets the scene and music sets the pace to drink, dance and let go of inhibitions. This is one modern Argentinian winery that embodies the electric fusion of its namesake.

La Boca is sourced from vineyards in the Uco Valley, Argentina at elevations of up to 3500 metres. Purity and freshness is the key here with modern winemaking and very little oak.

Argentina is the 5th largest wine producing nation in the world and the most important in South America. Summers here are generally hot and dry while snowy winters help to irrigate vineyards as melted snow flows down from the Andes mountains. Grapes very easily achieve full ripeness due to these growing conditions.

There are many grape varietals planted in Argentina, but the most famous and important is Argentinian Malbec. Grown best in the equally famous Mendoza region, the top-rated Malbec’s come from the high altitude sub regions of Luján de Cuyo and the Uco Valley. These districts are located in the foothills of the Andes mountains between 850 and 1,520m in elevation. Argentinian winemaker Nicolas Catena Zapata was the first person to plant Malbec at such a high elevation of 1,500 metres, and is widely credited for elevating the status of Argentinian Malbec and the Mendoza region with this successful move.

Malbec is a red grape variety primarily known for producing robust, full-bodied red wines. Originally from France, specifically the Bordeaux region, Malbec gained significant prominence in Argentina, where it has become the country's flagship grape variety.
Winemaker "Wow! This is absolutely bursting with luscious ripe fruits; from blue fruits to blackberry, it's all juicy fruits here on in. With mouth-filling tannins, that are not drying, just well balanced, the flavour continues and layers with sweet smoky spices with a lively unabated finish. Deliciousness!"

100% Malbec
Alcohol: 13.5%

'La Boca' is a call to adventure, and an invitation to turn away from the mundane and step into a life rich in colour and culture. Where art sets the scene and music sets the pace to drink, dance and let go of inhibitions. This is one modern Argentinian winery that embodies the electric fusion of its namesake.

La Boca is sourced from vineyards in the Uco Valley, Argentina at elevations of up to 3500 metres. Purity and freshness is the key here with modern winemaking and very little oak.

Argentina is the 5th largest wine producing nation in the world and the most important in South America. Summers here are generally hot and dry while snowy winters help to irrigate vineyards as melted snow flows down from the Andes mountains. Grapes very easily achieve full ripeness due to these growing conditions.

There are many grape varietals planted in Argentina, but the most famous and important is Argentinian Malbec. Grown best in the equally famous Mendoza region, the top-rated Malbec’s come from the high altitude sub regions of Luján de Cuyo and the Uco Valley. These districts are located in the foothills of the Andes mountains between 850 and 1,520m in elevation. Argentinian winemaker Nicolas Catena Zapata was the first person to plant Malbec at such a high elevation of 1,500 metres, and is widely credited for elevating the status of Argentinian Malbec and the Mendoza region with this successful move.

Malbec is a red grape variety primarily known for producing robust, full-bodied red wines. Originally from France, specifically the Bordeaux region, Malbec gained significant prominence in Argentina, where it has become the country's flagship grape variety.