what to drink now: Rutas de Cafayate

Pernod Ricard UK has launched Rutas de Cafayate, a wine from one of the most prestigious wineries of Argentina. Born in one of the highest wine regions in the world, its extreme desert conditions are what gives Rutas de Cafayate its smooth yet characterful flavour, perfect for any occasion.

Deep purple in colour with hints of plum and strawberry on the nose and the subtle touch of wood, its structure and silky tannins offer good concentration and balance on the palate. 

Perfect on its own or shared with friends, its lively, fragrant and versatile taste makes it a great match for a wide array of dishes including cheese, grilled meat, charcuterie and roasted aubergines.

Situated 1,750 metres above sea level in the Salta desert, the renowned Cafayate winery is one of the highest wine regions in the world and has been producing Argentinian wine since 1850. Its characterful flavour reflects the vineyard’s unique location nestled amongst the mountain ranges of the Calchaquí Valley, where Rutas de Cafayate is produced under sustainable practices and the winery is accredited with Bodegas de Argentina’s sustainable Agriculture Certification.

Rutas de Cafayate Malbec is now available at an RRP of £8.50 at Sainsbury’s nationwide.


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