VistalbaSituated in the Luján de Cuyo region in Vistalba, this magnificent 58 hectare vineyard surrounds a very impressive, ultra modern gravity-fed cellar, completed in 2005. There is also an underground cellar with constant humidity and temperature, which is used for barrel ageing. The wines are then left to mature in bottle before release for a further 6-12 months, depending on the cuvée.
Carlos makes three different cuvées, all of which demonstrate the potential of his wines.
TomeroThe first vines were planted at Los Alamos by Don Antonio Pulenta in 1980 when he was at the head of the world famous Trapiche winery. When he sold Trapiche, he kept the most important asset – the vineyards.
His son Carlos now makes the wines from these vineyards along with the Vistalba wines at his winery in Vistalba.
Carlos has managed to produce some of the very best Sauvignon in Argentina combining excellent grape maturity and restrained flavours, matched by good acidity. The top Malbec shows the real potential of this grape and is a real winner
La Posada, La Bourgogne, El ClubEnjoy the chance to stay at La Posada with spectacular views of the Andes mountains. Take time to discover the spirit of the winery and the people. Experience the wine-making process from its beginning. Cookery classes are available with the chef at La Bourgogne restaurant www.carlospulentawines.com