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Intense purple coloured wine with some of violet hues. Pleasant aromas of red berries, cherries and candied fruit marked with notes of candy and vanilla. On the mouth, this wine displays a gentle entrance with soft tannins that give creaminess, volume and fleshiness. Long and persistent finish.
Finca Las Moras is a pioneer winery dedicated to the elaboration of high-quality wines in San Juan since the restructuring of the vineyards in 1993 by Richard Smart. The vineyards are surrounded by mulberry trees and therefore the name to the winery. San Juan focused in Shiraz and Malbec together with Viognier and Sauvignon Blanc is the new frontier for the production of fine wines in Argentina. The San Juan River is a vital source of irrigation in this region providing with pure melting snow water from the Andes to the Atlantic to give rise to Zonda and Tulum Valley unlike the Pedernal Valley – considered today as the valley by excellence for growing the highest-quality grapes – rise by glacier movements. Bright sunshine and extremely dry weather makes the valleys optimum for organically grown grapes. Finca Las Moras with more than 1.100 hectares of vineyards planted at the different valleys, is focused in sustainability, continue innovation and micro regions exploration culture contributing with complexity and elegance that impact in the fruit at each of its wines lines. Las Moras Gran Shiraz is a summary of these factors that reflects the selection of the best Shiraz grapes from Pedernal Valley (1350 meters), Zonda Valley (950 meters) and Tulum Valley (650 meters) Deep concern for the environment, ethnic respect, and passionate winemaking make our wines unique. Truly Argentinean wines. “Wines in harmony with the earth”
Selected vineyards in Pedernal Valley, in the Province of San Juan
Grupo Peñaflor S.A.
Hand harvesting, bunch selection
Destemming. Fermentation and maceration in concrete and stainless steel vats during a minimum of 20 days at 25-26°C. Pneumatic pressing.
Natural malolactic fermentation.
Aged for 12 months in American Bourbon oak barrels