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90 points Decanter: "A fresh white that marries the intense aromatic characters of Torrontes (85%) and Riesling: juicy peach, zesty citrus and a touch of mango. Zippy acidity means this easygoing, versatile, well-priced wine is perfect with a wide range of dishes. ('Decanter’s selection of top K&L Wines to try')" (01/2021) K&L Notes: Colomé is Donald Hess' groundbreaking Argentinian winery in the rugged, high- elevation Salta region. Amalaya is a label from this winery that presents blends based on Torrontes (for the white) and Malbec for the red. This...
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92 points Decanter: "Lovely aromatic expression, pure, pristine cassis, blackberry and dark plums with floral and herbal undertones. Ripe on the palate with soft tannins. (WWA2020)" (09/2020)
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91 points James Suckling: "A bright, tangy white with sliced apples and lemon skin. Hints of stone and concrete. Medium-bodied, fresh and clean. Lots of citrus. Drink and enjoy." (04/2020) 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The just-bottled 2019 Críos Torrontés felt a bit reductive and with the influence of the sulfur in the bottling. But underneath, there are notes of white peach and some citrus, and of course, the orange blossom and Moscatel pulp sensations. It has a combination of the Salta wilderness and the cooler side from the Valle de Uco...
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2019 Bodega Chacra "Cincuenta y Cinco" Pinot Noir Rio Negro Patagonia
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98 points James Suckling: "The blue-fruit character is impressive with intense, violet and floral character, which turns redder with earthier notes. Full-bodied, tight and very chewy, yet the tannins spread across the palate, releasing pure, seductive fruit and tense, bright acidity." (02/2020) K&L Notes: Piero Incisa della Rocchetta, the grandson of Sassicaia founder Mario Incisa della Rocchetta, ended up in Patagonia after tasting a bottle of Pinot Noir he fell in love with, and was told came from old vines in Patagonia. This wine comes from 60 year-...
Price: $49.99

The Rio Negro creates an oasis in the the Northern part of Patagonia. The windy, high and dry Pampas are an ideal location for viticulture. The sunny days, cool nights and sandy soils create an unexpected home for Pinot Noir. The grapes are hand harvested, then fermented in concrete with 30% whole cluster. Brightly colored, thanks to all that sun and wind, medium bodied and fresh (cool nights). This is a serious Pinot at a ridiculous price.
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96 points James Suckling: "This no-sulfur wine is extremely precise and floral with violets and poppies, as well as the purple fruit. Medium body. Chewy tannins that are slightly austere, yet fresh. Drink and enjoy." (02/2020) K&L Notes: Piero Incisa della Rocchetta, the grandson of Sassicaia founder Mario Incisa della Rocchetta, ended up in Patagonia after tasting a bottle of Pinot Noir he fell in love with, and was told came from old vines in Patagonia. This wine comes from 60 year-old, head pruned vines in the Rio Negro Valley of Patagonia. As the n...
Price: $36.99

92-94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "92-94 "I tasted a tentative sample of the 2019 Semillon, taking some 20% from barrel. It was a great harvest, with a very slow and long ripening cycle that kept moderate alcohol and good acidity. This is still very young and raw, but there is a citrus freshness. This seems to be a year that combines power and freshness, concentration and elegance, and it seems to have the ingredients to develop nicely. The plan is to bottle it in September 2019, with at least six months élevage. Very promising." (LG)" (01/2019...
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A blend of old vine Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon. Sourced from sustainably farmed vineyards that are located in Tupungato Valley at over 3500ft elevation. This is more than a simple quaffer, but it does go down way too easy. This is fresh and ripe; melon, citrus, soft florals, just a hint of a sweet green tone, and a touch of stoniness. What brings this wine to the next level is the texture. It is not a juicy/water Sauvy, there is some density here and texture. It is so much more than a cocktail white. The golden eyed monkey delivers another incred...
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96 points James Suckling: "Shows aromas and flavors of stones, sliced apples and pears with citrus and lemons. Honeysuckle and minerally undertones. Medium-to full-bodied, layered and deep. Round yet tight on the palate. Crunchy flavors. Drink or hold." (02/2020) K&L Notes: *organic, biodynamic*
Price: $49.99

2019 Escala Humana "Livverá"  Malvasia El Zampal
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Escala Humana Wine was started in 2015 by husband and wife team Ayelén and German Massera. German began making wine since 2003 while studying Enology and Viticulture in Mendoza and he has worked with Matias Michelini since 2016. German became interested in the history of the Uco Valley and it’s forgotten places and varietals. While the majority of the oldest vines are in Lujan and Maipu, there are a small handful of 4th and 5th generation producers in the Uco Valley who brought vines from Europe. Aye and German fell in love with two of these small vineya...
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99 points James Suckling: "The tension and density are so in balance, showing flint and matchstick notes. Full-bodied, creamy and very salty with a long, focused finish. Love the tight, subdued character here. A thoughtful, serious wine that needs contemplation. Drinkable now, but better in 2022 and onwards." (02/2020) K&L Notes: Done in collaboration with Jean-Marc Roulot. This is produced from 40 year old vines in mineral soils with alluvial stones covered in calcaire. The wine is intense and energetic, high pitched and lively, round and austere, ref...
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95 points Tim Atkin Top 5 Chardonnay of the year 2020: "Given the coolness of San José - the origin of this wine - it’s no surprise that this such an impressive Chardonnay. Pale in colour, it has the concentration of vines established in 1990, stony, citrus aromas, taut, chiselled acidity and flavours of lime and pear framed by deftly handled new oak. 2020-24."
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Husband and wife Ayelén and German Massera launched Escala Humana Wine in 2015. German has been making wine since 2003 while studying enology and viticulture in Mendoza and he has worked with Matias Michelini since 2016. German became interested in the history of the Uco Valley and it’s forgotten places and varietals. While the majority of the oldest vines are in Lujan and Maipu, there are a small handful of 4th and 5th generation producers in the Uco Valley who brought vines from Europe. Aye and German fell in love with two of these small vineyards wher...
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Skip the Gruner Liter and give this try, it could be a new "Hause" wine. Sorry the wine is good and the name is ready for word play. A blend of Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc (15%) It comes across like a classic no oak Chard from France; cool fruit, a hint of flint, medium bodied with a little extra spark and zip at the end from the Sauvignon blanc. Charming, delicious and all to easy to enjoy. "to share you need more than 750 ml".
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