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Argentina’s high-altitude Uco Valley
produces silky-soft Malbec that still delivers
deep, dark-fruited flavor.
What You Need To Know
Altivo wines come from some of
the oldest vines in the Uco Valley, a subregion established by the
winery’s founder, Eugenio Bustos. He planted the first grapes
in this remote valley, which lies at an elevation of more than
3,000 feet above sea level. Soils here are generally made up of
sand, clay and gravel, while the climate is all about extremes:
intense solar radiation, bracing mountain breezes and cold nights.
The dark fruit and velvety tannins of Altivo’s Malbec define the
Uco Valley style.
Black plum and tobacco
Soft and smooth, with
cherries and violets.
At cool room temperature.
Pizzas, burgers, pasta with
ragù, grilled chicken.