Puramun Malbec Reserva
The Puramun Malbec Reserva comes from vineyards in San Carlos and Tunuyán, Valle de Uco, Mendoza. Pepe Galante hand-crafts just 2,000 cases. The wine saw 12 months in 50% new and 50% second use French oak barrels.
93 pts ('13), Wine Advocate; 90 pts ('14), Stephen Tanzer;
95 points ('13), Tim Atkin, MW:
“Pepe Galante is one of the best winemakers in Argentina, so it’s no surprise that the reds he produces under his own label are so impressive. This is a typically elegant, subtle Malbec with notes of red berry fruit, subtle spices, well integrated oak and silky, palate-caressing tannins.”
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Puramun Chardonnay Reserva
One of the wines that first showed the world Argentina could make outstanding wines was a 1990 Chardonnay by Pepe; with Puramun Pepe seeks an elegant and complex wine in a Burgundy style that yet expresses its Paraje Altamira terroir.
Only 500 cases produced.
96 points ('16), Tim Atkin, MW:
“Very few Argentinean winemakers are capable of making
Chardonnays like this, but Pepe Galante is one of them. Using
purchased grapes from Paraje Altamira, it’s a focused, aromatic,
chalky delight that wouldn’t look out of place in a line up of Premier
Cru Burgundies. Leesy, subtle and very long.”
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67% Malbec and 33% Petit Verdot hand-picked together and co-fermented as a single lot, with 12 months in French oak barrels. The Petite Verdot added personality and firmness to the Malbec, which together created a serious wine with flavors of blue and dark fruits and a hint of minerality.
New Item; Only 200 Wooden Six Packs.
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