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Finca Las Moras

These wines comes from the mild climate of the Pedernal Valley in San Juan, northeast of Mendoza, with an altitude of 4,429 feet above sea level. Here, temperatures average 68°F allowing for a long, full growing season producing grapes with great depth of fruit character. The coarse soil provides very low water retention, so drip irrigation systems are in place, sourced from the melting glaciers in the Andes Mountains.

Made in San Juan, Argentina

01 Barrel Select Malbec
02 Barrel Select Cabernet Sauvignon
03 Alma Mora Malbec
04 Paz Malbec
05 Paz Cab-Cab Franc
Barrel Select Malbec

Barrel Select Malbec

Full-bodied complex aromas and flavors of ripe red berry and plum with layers of spice and a subtle hint of mint.

Region: San Juan, Argentina
Varietal: 100% Malbec

13.5%

ABV
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Barrel Select Cabernet Sauvignon

Barrel Select Cabernet Sauvignon

Aromas of blackberry and oaky spices round out with elegant, velvety tannins and a long, rich finish.

Region: San Juan, Argentina
Varietal: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon

13.5%

ABV
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Alma Mora Malbec

Alma Mora Malbec

Full-bodied with ripe red berry and plum flavors finishing with a long, elegant touch of toasty vanilla.

Region: San Juan, Argentina
Varietal: 100% Malbec

13%

ABV
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Paz Malbec

Paz Malbec

Aromas of ripe plum and violets with an elegant touch of smoke, vanilla and chocolate lead into a sweet palate and full-bodied tannins with a long, pleasant finish. This wine is sourced 4,430 feet above sea level within the Pedernal Valley of San Juan, Argentina. The area boasts coarse soil with low water retention and a mild climate, allowing for a long growing season.

Region: San Juan, Argentina
Varietal: 100% Malbec

14.5%

ABV
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Paz Cab-Cab Franc

Paz Cab-Cab Franc

Aromas of green pepper, ripe red fruits and blackberries with hints of dark chocolate and well-integrated oak lead into a persistent finish with fine, silky tannins. Warm, sunny days and cool nights in the Pedernal and Tulum Valleys, where this wine is sourced, provides ideal conditions for growing quality grapes. Water from pure glacial melts from the Andes Mountains is used in drip irrigation on vertical trellising systems to provide optimal grape maturity and quality wine production.

Region: Mendoza, Argentina
Varietals: 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 50% Cabernet Franc.

 

14%

ABV
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Awards + Reviews
93 Points
James Suckling
2020
Malbec 2019
93 Points
James Suckling
2020
Paz Malbec 2019
91 Points
James Suckling
2019
Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
93 Points
James Suckling
2018
Paz Cab- Cab Franc 2017

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