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Explore the wines of South America with this specially-curated selection picked by Amanda Barnes, author of The South America Wine Guide.
Taste these gorgeous wines while you enjoy your copy of the new South America Wine Guide book by purchasing one of these special packs, and take a taste journey through the fascinating wine regions and wine producers of the continent!
4-pack South America Wine Guide exploration
Alma Gemela White Field Blend
“Mariana Onofri has been a champion for lesser known varieties and regions in Mendoza (see page 160) and although this sumptuous white wine comes from the star wine region of Los Chacayes (page 201) in the Uco Valley, she adds Roussanne and Marsanne to this blend with Chardonnay making it a very unique pour indeed. Rich, refreshing and part of the exciting new wave of white blends in Argentina.”
País Salvaje Red
“Julio Bouchon has been at the forefront of the País and Criolla revolution in South America, and this gorgeous País has a very special to tell (see pages 278 - 281). Growing wild in the trees besides their Maule vineyard (page 377), the grapes are painstakingly picked by men and women climbing ladders, and then made into this juicy and aromatic, lo-fi wine. A gorgeous wine for a summer’s evening, served slightly chilled, while reading all about the history of Criolla (pages 8-11).”
Karim Mussi wine
“Karim Mussi has a bit of a rockstar status in Argentina and he has long been championing the Uco Valley and most especially La Consulta (page 210) for top quality red wines'
Deicas Single Vineyard Tannat Mar de Piedras
“There is a wealth of exciting new Tannat expressions coming from Uruguay (see pages 426 - 427) and plotting out Uruguay’s terroirs through the experience of tasting Tannat is something I highly recommend any Latin American wine lover to try. This is one of my favourite Tannats in Uruguay, and a grand cru selection in the book (see page 447) precisely because it is so distinctive and reflective of this wild vineyard (page 446) with schist soils. A wine to geek out over while reading up on your Uruguayan terroirs!”