Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina. 100 year old vines. Loamy sand with small horizontal bands of clay and gravel subsoil.
The wine undergoes 13-15 days of pre- and postfermentation maceration. After natural malolactic fermentation, the wine is aged for 18 months in medium-plus toast French oak (70% new) and 12 months in bottle.
Purple tinted with assertive red tones, Eolo unfolds layers of engaging aromas including ripe cherry, smoky coconut and hints of blueberry jam. Full bodied in structure, this wine has lively fruit flavors and sweet round tannins that allow for a long, smooth and
Enjoy with grilled meats including beef and game. Also excellent with spicy dishes, and aged cheeses.