Aniello


About the Winery

Geographically dynamic, Argentina’s cool climate Patagonia region is a combination of jagged mountains, plateaus, snow, rivers, plains and sea. The eastern bank of the upper Río Negro region is carpeted by sandy, loamy soils. The constant breezes and low relative humidity help keep the Aniello vineyards pest-free. The resulting wines are considered more elegant and refined than many of the more common, warm-weather wines from the Mendoza area.

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Aniello Wines of Patagonia

Aniello Soil Blanco de Pinot Noir • Patagonia
Aniello produces this white wine, Blanco de Pinot Noir, by gently pressing the fruit with minimal skin contact. The wine is then fermented in concrete tanks with indigenous and inoculated yeasts. 10% of the wine is aged up to five months in French oak. Stone fruit and floral aromas on the nose are followed by a rich, yet crisp, mouthfeel.

• Suggested Retail: $17.00
 

Aniello 006 Riverside Estate Chardonnay • Upper Rio Negro
Light yellow in color, with green apple, white peach and citrus notes. The wine is lean and crisp, with hints of mineralality. It has a medium body, and a fresh, dry finish. 7% of the wine goes through malolactic fermentation and is aged in used French oak barrels.

• Suggested Retail: $17.00
 

Aniello 006 Riverside Estate Pinot Noir • Upper Rio Negro
Pale ruby color with lovely aromas of red fruits, cranberry and strawberry, along with some hints of roses and earthy minerals. The light tannins add to an enhanced minerality, and a beautiful structure and finish. 30% of the wine is aged in French oak for 12 months.

• Suggested Retail: $17.00
 

Aniello 006 Riverside Estate Malbec • Upper Rio Negro
Deep purple hue with lovely aromas of black cherries, lavender and earthy minerals. Ripe tannins are enhanced with minerality which gives this wine finesse, elegance and a long finish. 30% of the wine is aged in French oak for 12 months.

• Suggested Retail: $17.00