ZuccardiPoligonos Gualtallary Malbec 2019

Product code: 9780
£26.10 inc VAT
£156.60 / case of 6
Country
Country: Argentina
Region
Region: Mendoza
Sub-Region
Sub-Region: Uco Valley
Type
Type: Red Wine
Winery
Winery: Zuccardi
Alcohol
Alcohol: 14%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Grape
Grape: Malbec
Grape: 100% Malbec
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Country
Country: Argentina
Region
Region: Mendoza
Sub-Region
Sub-Region: Uco Valley
Type
Type: Red Wine
Winery
Winery: Zuccardi
Alcohol
Alcohol: 14%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Grape
Grape: Malbec
Grape: 100% Malbec

Product Notes

Zuccardi Poligonos Gualtallary Malbec is a highly sophisticated Argentine red wine of unparalleled savour. Proudly hailing from the acclaimed Gualtallary terroir in Uco Valley, Mendoza, it features a beautiful deep ruby hue. With a wonderfully intense aroma, it comprises notes of violet, black fruits, and mineral undertones. On the palate, it is robust and lively, with well-structured tannins, superb concentration and a lingering, elegant finish. This Malbec embodies the perfect balance between fruit and oak, reflecting the region's high-altitude terrain. An excellent choice for a fine dining experience or a quiet evening of delightful indulgence.

Tasting Notes

Expressive and refined pure dark fruit flavours of plum and blackcurrant with earthy notes of herbs and spices. A long, fragrant and perfectly poised finish.

About the Winery

Zuccardi

Set against the stunning backdrop of the Uco Valley in Argentina, Zuccardi Winery is a phenomenal representation of modern viticulture. Embodying an incredible fusion of tradition and innovation, this family-run winery has moulded itself into an iconic destination for wine enthusiasts around the globe.

Established by Alberto Zuccardi in the mid-1960s out of his sheer passion for wine and agriculture, his legacy lives through his family who continue to strive for excellence in winemaking. Alberto's son, José, succeeded in taking the winery to new heights by combining meticulous vineyard management with advanced technology.

At the heart of it all, Zuccardi Winery is pioneering with its ambitious venture of expressing the distinct identity of their terroir through their wine. Every bottle captures unique flavours, unveiling hints about the soil, the sun, and the delicate alchemy of the region itself.

Sustainability guides the ethos of the Zuccardi family, they have adopted earth-friendly practices to ensure the longevity of their land and preservation of its natural beauty. They use renewable energy, water conservation and ensure no chemical fertilisers and pesticides are used during growing the grapes.

The winery is home to a variety of estates including Finca Piedra Infinita, Finca Canal Uco, and Finca Los Membrillo's which grow an assortment of grape varietals including the celebrated Argentinian Malbec, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Visitors to Zuccardi Winery can revel in a host of tasting experiences ranging from traditional wine tastings to gourmet food pairings offered at the onsite restaurant, "Piedra Infinita Cocina". Celebrity chef Matías Aldasoro whips up an incredibly delectable cuisine, making a culinary gourmet journey a must for any visitor.

However, with the current pandemic situation, the site has incorporated virtual tours and tastings ensuring a delightful experience remains uninterrupted? Making a virtual tour a splendid option to consider even in the comfort of one's own home.

In true essence, the Zuccardi Winery signifies a devotion to the craft, an endless pursuit of excellence and a tangible expression of the Uco Valley. There's no doubt that it's not only a delightful haven for oenophiles but also a testament to the rich wine heritage of Argentina. Whether you come for the wine, the food, or the stunning vistas, Zuccardi Winery should be high on the list of places to visit.

https://zuccardiwines.com

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