A beautiful representation of the Syrah varietal native to the south of France. This very elegant red highlights the sensuality of this variety as grown in Samaipata, the wine-making area with the coolest summers in Bolivia. This delicious high-altitude Syrah represents Bolivia in Michelin-star and award-winning restaurants, and is exported to Europe, Chile and the USA.
Made exclusively with the delicious Pedro Giménez, this criollo variety is typical of Samaipata. The bunches of grapes are slowly ripened on rocky hills, at edge of mountains and the patios of old-houses. It is cultivated between 5400 and 7050 feet (1650-2150 meters) altitude. This 1750 wine is the greatest expression of delicacy and elegance of this fragrant variety in the terroir of the Valles Cruceños.
Coming from the southwest of France, Samaipata manages to highlight the best of its varietal characteristics. A great Tannat of altitude, unique in its expression of the mild climate of the rocky hills of Uvairenda. Very intense, with plenty of body and strength, and at the same time keeping the elegance that characterizes wines from 1750. The 1750 Tannat is a pride of Bolivia, highlighted in restaurants and prize-winning shops, in France, Switzerland, Luxembourg and the USA. Recently, the famed expert Dave McIntyre, columnist for the Washington Post, rated it at a mid-point between excellent and exceptional.
A delicate and aromatic 100% Syrah-based rosé. A unique dry Bolivian rosé, it shows some of the best expressions of the Samaipata’s terroir. Made with hand-pick Syrah bunches fully ripen on rocky and sandy slopes between 1700- and 2100-meters altitude. A true elixir, whose freshness and cheerfulness irresistibly invites us to drink it.
An elegant blend of four varieties. 85% Torrontés, complemented with 15% Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and a little bit of Pedro Giménez. This sophisticated white blend, combines the cheerful character of the tropical fruits of the Bolivian Torrontés with the structure, acidity and herby notes of French varieties like the Sauvignon Blanc.