Corral de Piedra is the name given to certain vineyards where there are so many stones that you could build a wall around the vineyards, like a corral. Made to enjoy, this wine with red fruit, smoky, complex flavors, and soft tannins is ideal for all meat and cheese dishes.
Bottled by B-70313 for Mendoza Vineyards S.A. The Spaniards as early as the 16th century followed by the Jesuits and more recently European immigrants, notably Italians, were all fascinated by the beauty of the country. The result is a combination of warmth, style, and tradition. Situated at the foothills of the Andes and fed by the purest water from melted snow, the vineyards produce grapes of outstanding quality. The grapes for this wine were selected from some of the best vineyards in Mendoza, combining terroirs of glacial deposits, many of the highest vineyard locations in the world, the purest water from the Andes, and low-yielding vines with small berries. The result is a wine with incredible complexity, depth of fruit, and tannins with supple grip.