Santa Ana Classic Wines

Country of Origin: Argentina

Santa Ana Classic Wines – Argentine wines are considered New World wines, but actually have a rich history dating back more than 400 years. Winemaking practices were spread throughout by Spanish missionaries planting vines to ensure a supply of sacramental wines. Though the growing conditions around the Andes Mountains are high and dry, these settlers used and improved upon the natives’ agricultural practice, which channeled melting snow and ice from the Andean peaks to irrigate the vineyards.

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Santa Ana Classic Chardonnay

Santa Ana Classic Chardonnay

Country of Origin: Mendoza, Argentina

Bright yellow colour with subtle green hints lead to aromas of tropical fruits such as pineapple and banana. Tropical fruit flavours cascade over the palate in smooth and balanced finish. Ideal as an aperitif or to serve with fish, poultry and pasta.

Style: Crisp

Taste: Pineapple and banana

Body: Light-bodied

Food Pairings: Pork, rich fish (salmon, tuna, etc.), poultry, cream based pastas and vegetarian dishes

Santa Ana Classic Malbec

Country of Origin: Argentina

Santa Ana Malbec has a lively red colour with violet hues. Intense aromas of fruits such as plums and cherries, well balanced in the mouth, soft and nice finish. The ideal wine for grilled meat. Combines also very well with pasta, mild to spicy cuisine and semi-hard cheeses.

Variety: 100% Malbec

Vineyards: Selected vineyards in the high area of the Mendoza River and in the east region of the province of Mendoza.

Food Pairings: Beef, lamb, poultry, pasta (tomato based ideally)

Santa Ana Classic Malbec