Campo de Borja


Elevation: 1,148 feet – 2,296 feet

Borsao Tres Picos

Borsao Tres Picos

Borsao Tres Picos is the flagship of the winery. It was the first “100% Garnacha” wine produced in Spain back in 2000. Grapes are handpicked followed by a manual cluster selection. The wine is aged for 5 to 6 months in new Bordeaux barrels of French oak. Very intense cherry red color with tones of purple and aromas of ripe red fruit with floral nuances. In the mouth, it is a well-structured rich wine that evokes tastes of blackberry, plum and tones of leather and vanilla, with a soft and silky tannin.

2017: 92 JS
2016: 92 JS, 90 WA
2015: 92 Vinous

Borsao Rosé

Borsao Rose

This rich Rosé is 100% Garnacha. This wine is fermented in stainless steel and sees no oak aging, preserving the vibrantly youthful characteristics of the fruit. With dominant aromas of berries and white flowers, this wine is young and fresh in the mouth, well balanced with its acidity, rich in floral nuances and spices. There are hints of tangerine and Asian pear.

La Mancha


Elevation: 1,640 feet – 2,952 feet

Volver Tempranillo

Volver Tempranillo

The best Tempranillo grapes are sourced from a single vineyard that is situated at an altitude of 1,968 feet, in sandy clay soils with limestone pebbles. The vineyard is cultivated completely by hand with minimal intervention all the way through the hand-harvest. This wine has an intense purple color with aromas of tobacco, liquorice and blackcurrants. Full-bodied with hints of toast and mature fruit, and a long-balanced finish.

2016: 90 WS



Elevation: 269 feet

Tarima Hill Monastrell

Tarima Hill Monastrell

The wine is sourced from multiple vineyards within Pinoso, Salinas, Ele Maña, and Monover. All of these towns are within the Vinalopó sub-district which is known for its limestone soils. This wine is cherry colored with aromas of raspberries, blueberries, spices, hints of balsamic and floral notes. On the palate, the wine is balanced and full-bodied with a long finish.

2016: 91 WS, Wine Spectator’s Top 100 List of 2017



Elevation: 2,493 feet – 5,000 feet

Catena Alta Chardonnay

Catena Alt Chardonnay

This Chardonnay is produced from two of the Catena family vineyards—Adrianna, at almost 5,000 feet elevation and Domingo, at 3,700 feet elevation. The Adrianna vineyard’s pebble-covered soil and cool climate are ideal for growing Chardonnay. The fruit from Adrianna has a purity of flavors and a minerality that is particular to this vineyard and cannot be found anywhere else in Mendoza. Meanwhile, the sandy loam soils of the Domingo vineyard contribute white stone fruit and good acid balance. The wine has ripe white fruit aromas such as pears and peaches that are interwoven with delicate yellow citrus and floral notes, such as Jasmine. The palate shows rich and concentrated ripe pear, apple and apricot flavors with a light note of minerality. The wine finishes long and complex with crisp, mineral acidity.

2018: 92+ WA
2017: 94 TA, 92 JS
2016: 92 WA

Domaine Nico Grand Père

Domaine Nico Grand Pere

Elegant and classic Pinot Noir that fits the name “Grandfather.” Villa Bastias is located in Tupungato within the Uco Valley. The vineyard is old and was planted with Dijon Clones in 1993. The Grand Père parcel is more shaded, resulting in a wine with delicate red fruits and high acidity. Winemaking is traditional and gentle for these delicate wines. Yields are extremely low in both sites due to the age of the vineyard. As it opens, intense fresh red fruits come through. The wine has medium-high acidity with fine and silky tannins with a lengthy finish.

2017: 93 Vinous, 91 WA

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