Vina Las Perdices ‘Que Guapo’
Lujan de Cuyo, Argentina
Made From: Malbec, Bonarda, Syrah
Tastes Like: Red Fruits, Spice, Oak
This ostentatious bottle is made by Viña Las Perdices, an Argentine estate located in the Lujan de Cuyo region which is famed for its superior wines. The venture began in the 1950s, when Juan Carlos Muñoz arrived in Mendoza determined to produce expressive and striking fruit while maintaining the deepest respect for the land and soil on which it is grown.
Inspired by their father’s passion and dedication for terroir-driven, high-quality fruit, brothers Carlos and Nicolas Muñoz continue to set the benchmark for quality and value in the region, crafting bottles that are absolutely stunning. Their 2019 ‘Que Guapo’ blend of Malbec, Bonarda, and Syrah is an elegant and intriguing selection that honors tradition while embracing modernity. Each sip is brimming with bright red fruits, warm spices, anise, toasted oak.