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Los Muros Blanc de Blancs is the reflection of a vineyard that produces wines like no other. In the highest reaches of the Uco Valley lies a gem. Already enjoying a high elevation, the freshest snow from the Andes melts and waters the grapes which give life to this wine. This blend, unique in its composition, has a golden color with hints of green. The wine has a bouquet of citrus, lemon and grapefruit. On the palate, it has balanced acidity with a complex finish due to its fermenting and aging in French oak barrels.

Grapes: Los Arboles, Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina.
Altitude: 1200 meters above sea level
Irrigation: Drip
Varietal Composition: 25% Viognier, 25% Chardonnay, 25% Sauvignon Blanc, 25% Gewürztraminer
Production: 75% in smalls concrete tanks and 25% fermentation in first use French barrels.


This process begins by hand picking the finest grapes. Once selected, the entire cluster of grapes, along with dry ice, goes into a pneumatic wine press. This method allows for optimal extraction of floral aromas typical of these grape varieties. After that, a cold maceration is produced at 44.6 F°. Subsequently, the fermentation process begins at a low temperature. With a careful watch over the sediment to ensure optimal movement in our advantageously utilized small concrete tanks, along with 25% of the volume fermenting in first use French oak, this combination produces a complex wine.

Tasting Notes

This wine produces a soft yellow color with golden and green tones, highlighting the aroma of lemon and pink grapefruit, with some additional citrus expressions, unique to Valle de Uco. Its freshness is distinguished by a balanced acidity and the complexity created by its partial fermentation and aging in first use French oak. This is, indeed, a distinct white wine, fresh and intense.

Serving Temperature: 45°F to 50°F

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