Over the last year or so, we have heard from many of you asking us to further expand our portfolio a bit more internationally. We have listened, carefully researched and tasted several wines from regions around the world, and are excited to announce our latest find – Apaltagua, Chilean Wines.
The story of Viña Apaltagua began in 1995, when successful businessman, Edward Tutunjian, was vacationing in Chile and fell in love with both the country and its amazing wines. The Apaltagua Winery is located in the Sixth Region of Chile, in the Apalta Valley in the heart of Colchagua, characterized for its excellent viticulture conditions. The Apalta Valley is composed of almost 2,000 acres of vineyards and other crops. This valley is known for its excellent grape production qualities, making Apalta famously known as “ the valley blessed by the hand of God.”
In November 2012, Viña Apaltagua obtained the approval of Certification (green area) of Sustainable Winery “Certified Sustainable Wine of Chile”, issued by Wines of Chile through its technological consortia Tecnovid Vinnoca SA. For Apaltagua to achieve this sustainable certification of its field is a great step forward, synonymous with caring for the environment, and higher standards of management and production.
2012 Apaltagua Chardonnay Reserva- suggested retail $13.99
2011 Apaltagua Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva- suggested retail $13.99
2012 Apaltagua Carmenère Reserva- suggested retail $13.99
2012 Apaltagua Malbec Reserva- suggested retail $13.99
2012 Apaltagua Pinot Noir Reserva- suggested retail $13.99
These Apaltagua Wines have recently arrived at the Angelini Wine Warehouse, and we are ready to share our newest find!
Visit your favorite retailer and try an Apaltagua Wine today!