A deep crimson color with sharp candy red
highlights. Upon swirling, jazzy notes of blackberries and sour cherries develop into fine traces of smoke and spices. The palate is bright and generous, a lively mouthful of
ripened plums and boysenberry, with chewy
tannins and a violet scent building up to a
Terrazas de los Andes is part of a long tradition of French-influenced Argentinian winemaking that began in the early 19th century, when a small group of French specialists travelled to South America, seeking to introduce French winemaking techniques and grape varieties.
A century later in 1959, Robert Jean de Vogue, president of Moët-Chandon, had the foresight to recognize the potential of Argentina and to select it as the location of the company's first subsidiary outside... View More