Food Pairings: Sorry, vegetarians. This is screaming steak.
Eugenio Says: “our first ever Malbec Gran Reserva. From the very first day these grapes were harvested they behaved differently and now this beast is just waking up. We have a real gem here that will only get better over the next 3-5 years”.
Tasting Notes: Great nose of red, black and blue fruits, Asian spices, earthy, and hints of tobacco and dark chocolate. Well balanced.
Food Pairings: Grilled, sautéed, braised or roasted lamb chops, grilled steak, fillet mignon, steak au poivre, meatloaf, roast beef, prime rib and pot roast.
Eugenio Says: My go-to wine when I want to show the American and the French that Argentina belongs in the big leagues.
Tasting Notes: Deep, dark brilliant red in color. Gorgeous black fruits and blueberry aromas followed by hints of leather and tobacco. Velvety with dark chocolate and hints of violet on the palate.
Tasting Notes: Black currant & blackberry, earthy smell. Layered on the palate, full bodied, succulent fruit, plenty of tannins.
Food Pairings: Roast beef, steak au poivre, flavorful and heartier pastas. Or, keep it old school with a classic cheeseburger.
Eugenio Says: If I were from Napa I would sell for three times the price. Drink me now before you can’t afford me any longer.
Food Pairings: Keep in in the fridge for impromptu gatherings. Pairs beautifully with green salad, light pasta dishes.
Eugenio Says: Bonjour Madame, meet our French-inspired young Rose!
Tasting Notes: Superb bouquet of violet, mineral, black currant, blueberry, and black cherry. Layered wine with gobs of ripe fruit, a plush texture, outstanding balance. Plum, red cherry and spices come alive in the nose.
Food Pairings: Robust, hearty foods, including grilled or braised meats.
Eugenio’s Says: This full body young boy tastes and drinks like the older more expensive big boys do.
Tasting Notes: Rich in color with shades of garnet. The nose is abundant in red and black fruits. Round and silky. It has sweet and smooth tannins, nice body with supple and long finish.
Food Pairings: A classic Argentine empanada. Eggplant Rollatini for a vegetarian alternative.
Recipe: Argentine Empanada Recipe
Eugenio Says: This is our statement to prove that malbec doesn’t need much oak at all to show its beauty.
Food Pairings: Spring lamb is a classic, mushroom risotto and Margarita pizza.
Eugenio Says: Arguably one of the most exciting Pinots for the money. Agree?
Tasting Notes: Perfectly balanced with a hint of tropical fruit. Crisp apples on the palate. Delicate notes of apple and pears, fresh honeydew melon and subtle mandarin peel.
Food Pairings: A great match for oily white fish such as sword fish and mackerel, chicken both grilled and in salads, vegetable stir fries and egg dishes such as frittatas.
Eugenio Says: Welcome back fresh and pure Chardonnay! where have you been all those oaky years?
Food Pairings: Seafood, shellfish, smoked salmon, fresh fish, mixed greens salad with goat cheese.
Eugenio Says: With this bouquet, it is your choice whether you drink it or dab it on your wrists.
Tasting Notes: Enticing aromas of peach pit, flowers and apricot. Beautiful structure and acidity. Lively bubbles in the front which mellow down in the mid palate.
Food Pairings: You can enjoy Torrontés alone or with company. Also marries well with spicy food and friends.
Eugenio Says: Drink me as the party starts, bring me back for dessert, or simply drink me all day…