|Jelu Torrontes, San Juan
In the Zonda Valley, many of the white grapes are slow to ripen, maintaining high acidity levels and low grape sugars. This Torrontes shows sweet lime and grapefruit aromas with a full juicy key lime palate.
|Jelu Rose of Malbec
This wine is made with grapes that come from Santa Sylvia vineyard. This site has the perfect microclimate to produce potential world class red wines. This Rose of Malbec is a heavier style, and does not necessarily need to be drunk when young.
|Jelu Pinot Noir, Patagonia
The vineyards are conducted in a vertical trellis system allowing for the full
development of the canopy and optimal ripeness of the grapes. The soils are sandy loam and light clay with rich iron content. 100% stainless steel fermentation.
|Jelu Malbec, San Juan
100% stainless steel fermentation, practicing organic
|Jelu Syrah, San Juan
This wine was made with grapes that come from Santa Sylvia vineyard, soil consisting of river shingles and pudding stones.
Varietal/Blend: Syrah and Viognier
Farming: Practicing Organic
Fermentation: 100% Stainless Steel
Aging: 9 months in American Oak
|Jelu Syrah Reserve, San Juan
Spent 6 months in French and American oak. Purple in color, it proffers an alluring bouquet of Asian spices, incense, smoked meat, licorice, blueberry, and blackberry. In the glass it displays a hint of chocolate, pepper, black and blue fruits, and a lengthy, fruit-filled finish.
2008 - 91 points Wine Advocate