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Red wine from
naturally dried grapes



Milamore is a fascinating and innovative wine, inspired by the authentic style of Amarone wine. Emerging from the fusion of two cultures, one rooted in the Old World and the other in the New World, it represents a unique oenological adventure in Argentina. The meticulous crafting of Milamore employs the ancient "appassimento" technique using emblematic Argentine varieties such as Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Bonarda, and Cabernet Franc, thus blending the traditions of the Old World with the creativity of the New World.

This exceptional wine is distinguished by its smoothness and silkiness, unfolding aromas of raisins, velvety tannins, and a delicate sweetness that leaves a pleasant lingering memory.



The Milamore harvest begins in mid-February with the Malbec variety, followed by Bonarda and culminating with Cabernets Franc and Sauvignon. This process follows a precise technique: the grapes enter the appassimento zone, where they rest on strategically arranged drying racks. Driven by the dry winds descending from the Andes Mountains and favored by the warm climate of Mendoza, the grapes undergo a period of weight loss and dehydration, lasting between 2 and 3 weeks. This process is monitored with "control" clusters that reveal the evolution of each stage.

Once this phase is completed, each variety is introduced into the winery for processing. The culmination comes with the final blend, combining this already fermented and ready wine in stainless steel tanks with a reserve wine. Additionally, Milamore is aged in French oak barrels for 12 months. The result is a wine characterized by a residual sugar content of 8.5 grams.

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