The vineyard named Finca Los Alamos was established by Antonio Pulenta and was one of the first in the region. Still owned by Antonio’s sons Carlos and his younger brother Eduoard they are the main source for the fabulous Tomero wines, which are named after the men who control the water sluices that run from the reservoir through the gulleys, providing the essential water to Mendoza province. The vineyards are situated south of the Mendoza river in the beautiful Uco valley, between the small Uco hills and the Andes.
Other wines by this producer
Ruby red colour. Powerful but elegant flavours with plumy and blackberry hints. Butterscotch and a slight spiciness is integrated by the subtle notes of vanilla that come from the oak aging. A full bodied wine with a voluptuous mid-palate and a long finish.
This wine has a deep red ruby colour with complex and spicy aromas. In the mouth it is soft and sweet, with well balanced tannins followed by a gentle and persitent finish.
A refreshing and aromatic Torrontes filled with roses, lychees, jasmine and a distinct minerality associated with Torrontes from Salta. The palate is has a refreshing zing and is full of aromatic flavours with a touch of tropical fruit.