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Intense, tropical aromas with notes of mango, pineapple & peach

The palate it showcases very good volume, balance & freshness

Pairs well with Burrata cheese, baked vegetables & cured ham

Los Cardos Chardonnay 2016 (Argentina)

Awarded 88/100 Points Awarded 86/100 Points Awarded 84/100 Points
Los Cardos Chardonnay 2016 (Argentina)

Los Cardos Chardonnay 2016 (Argentina)

Doña Paula transmits with its wines the most truthful expression of each terroir defined by the weather and soil characteristics of region. Respect and knowledge of the place of origin of their grapes are the premises that guide the elaboration of their wines


Awarded 88/100 Points

Natalie MacLean

Awarded 86/100 Points

Awarded 84/100 Points

Decanter Magazine


Yellow-green and gold in the glass this wine has intense, tropical aromas with notes of mango, pineapple and peach. On the palate it showcases very good volume, balance and freshness. Overal flavours are citric and mineral.

Grapes for this wine were harvested from two sites in Tupungato, Uco Valley: Alluvia Vineyard located in Gualtallary (1,350m above sea level) & Los Cerezos Vineyard, found on the Cordón del Plata mountain (1,000m above sea level). The soils on Alluvia are sandy loam, stony, and with a high calcareous content. Whilst at Los Cerezos they are loam with variable depth and a calcium carbonate layer. Both estates have warm days and cool nights, with an average annual rainfall of 280mm. These vienayrads, as all at At Doña Paula, have always been managed using sustainable agricultural practices.

In the winery the grapes see a moderate protective destemming and a crushing at room temperature before a soft pressing and fermentation, at low temperatures, in stainless steel tanks, to protect the primary aromas.

Food Pairing: Burrata cheese, baked vegetables and apples, cured ham and pesto. An excellent combination of flavors and colours.



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