Aromatic and intense, this wine combines the most intriguing characteristics of the Malbec and Pinot Noir grapes, cultivated with clean air, crystal-clear water, and stony soil, Arado’s grapes are from the prestigious high-altitude Uco Valley in Mendoza. Pale pink, clean and bright. In the nose, it dazzles with intense fruitiness and red berries. In the mouth, silky texture with nice acidity and well-balanced alcohol. Nice finish with pink grapefruit and red berries notes.
Arado Malbec is a fresh and fruity wine, grown in one of the highest wine regions in the world. Deep purple color with aromatic notes of ripe red and black plum, and fine herbs. It has great intensity and brightness and is an excellent choice to pair with red meats and grilled vegetables.
This Malbec of the renowned Uco Valley has the typical deep red color with violet hues of the best of its kind. Expressive nose with notes of plums and cranberries with great mouth balance and an interesting finish. Consequently, it is an excellent choice to pair with red meat and pasta.
Vibrant red color with ruby hints. Fruity and fresh nose with persistent aromas of black plum and blackberries. Also refreshing in the mouth, fruity and with a medium body thanks to daily pumping overs and neutral vessels fermentation. Short aging in french oak of 3rd and 4th use brings it elegance and makes it ideal for the daily meal thanks to its excellent price-quality ratio.
Campo Arado refers to the ploughed field, the very beginning of the vineyard in its initial phase before planting the vines. It reminds us that every significant event starts with an equally substantial first step.
From Argentina’s top wine regions, with bitter winters that allow for the vines to take a good nap to be reborn again each spring, with a renovated strength.
At one of the highest vineyards in the world (5.900 fasl) and at an average of 300 days/year of sunshine, our vines benefit from the hot days and the fresh nights by developing full flavors and aromas.
Our grapes grow with almost no intervention thanks to the dry climate and mild winds across the mountains.
The Napa of Mendoza!
Uco Valley represents today one of the most sought-after wine regions in the country. As with Cafayate, the high altitude (3,000/5,000 fasl) and the dramatic thermal amplitude produces full-flavored wines with great finesse and natural acidity.
If we think about Argentina, we immediately can visualize a glass of red wine with a big steak. Red meat is a classic dish in Argentina and its the perfect regional wine pairing for Malbec.
Red meat can be a cow, lamb, goat, pork or turkey.
The Malbec has the perfect balance between the texture and the body to interact with the meat in the mouth.
The grilled veggies have sweet flavours, soft and crunchy texture and if you add portobello mushrooms or porcini you will obtain a great complexity of aromas ideal for fresh Malbecs.
Malbec is an excellent option for vegetarian dishes
Try Arado Malbec with Zucchini pie, Spanish Tortilla or Veggie Hamburgers.
"The best tip on pairing wine with pasta is to ignore the pasta and pay attention to the sauce"
Arado Reserva Malbec is the perfect pairing for spaghetti with tomato, bolognese or puttanesca sauce.
The wine with its silky but powerfull texture will retake the power of the mouth after each bit.
Malbec arrived in Argentina on the year 1852 thanks to Michel A. Pouget, a French agronomist engineer, founder of the Quinta Agronómica de Mendoza (The first agronomic school of the province).
Although this grape was originally french, the oldest plants and the most cultivated surface are in Argentina.
Few years after arriving to our country, a plague called ”phylloxera” destroyed most of the harvest on France leaving the Argentine vineyards as the only “pre_phylloxera” Malbecs.
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