"Genuinely Excellent Wines" - Stephen Tanzer
Zolo was created in 2003 by of one of Argentina’s leading women in wine, Patricia Ortiz, when she established one of Argentina’s most forward-thinking wineries. Under Patricia’s leadership, Zolo stays true to her vision of creating wines with elegance and identity, reflective of their terroir and respectful to the environment. All Zolo wines are made from estate-grown fruit which have been sustainably farmed. The vineyards are located in the premier region of Luján de Cuyo: Finca Las Llamas in Agrelo and Finca El Jarillal in Alto Agrelo. The winemaking team is led by Fabian Valenzuela and famed winemaker from Petrus Jean Claude Berrouet.
The Zolo classic tier wines are fruit-forward and great values. The Zolo Reserves and Zolo Blacks, with their ultra-high concentration, long aging in new French oak, and aromatic complexity are made for those special occasions when one needs a wine to “blow your hat off.” The man on the Zolo label represents Patricia’s husband, who was left solo in Buenos Aires.
A former Doctor, Patricia is committed to giving back to the community. Patricia also serves as President of Bodegas Argentinas; the first woman to hold this prestigious position.
Best Buy, Wine Enthusiast (’19)
A fresh and juicy rosé with flavors of strawberries, cherries, and rosewater. A blend of red varietals from our signature sustainably-farmed, estate Mendoza vineyards in the foothills of the Andes.
91 Points, James Suckling (’19 & ’20)
Best Buy, Wine Enthusiast (’18)
A complete crowd-pleaser that is approachable for wine novices but sophisticated enough for oenophiles. A blend of Mendoza’s signature red grapes (Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Bonarda, & Merlot).
89 Points, Vinous (’22)
91 Points, James Suckling (’20 & ’21)
This zesty Sauvignon Blanc from high-elevation vineyards has aromas of grapefruit, passion fruit, herbs, spice and orange blossom notes that persist through the finish.
92 Points, James Suckling (’22)
91 Points, James Suckling (’21)
Located 3,000 feet above sea level, the combination of warm days and cold nights create wines with excellent maturity and perfect balance. This fruit focused Chardonnay has aromas of tropical fruit, apples and peaches.
93 Points/”Year’s Best”,
Wine & Spirits (’19)
90 Points, Wine & Spirits (’18)
Intense violet color with a concentrated nose of raspberries, violets, blackberries and notes of sweet spices. Soft and sweet mouthfeel with ripe and velvety tannins. Elevated Argentinian Malbec!
90 Points, Vinous (’19)
93 Points, James Suckling (’18)
A powerful and complex wine with a concentrated nose of black currant and plum, ending with a nuance of vanilla and chocolate. Full-bodied with a remarkable elegance, harmony and a long finish.
91 Points, Wine Advocate (’18)
91 Points, Wine Enthusiast (’17)
Deep and bright ruby red color with complex characteristics of violet, red raspberries and wild mint. Remarkable elegance and balance, leading to delicate sweet tannins and subtle earthy spice notes.