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Illuminated Malbec 2015 Paraje Altamira Valle de Uco. The Mendoza wine from the Vinos de La Luz group, has been rated as the best Argentine wine. And one of the top 50 in the world by Decanter World Wine Awards 2019 , with 97 points .
The competition, one of the most prestigious in the world, has awarded him the coveted title Best in show . They have only achieved fifty wines from the 17,000 from 57 countries presented.
Iluminado Vinos de La Luz is a 100% malbec from the historic vineyards of the Paraje Altamira , in San Carlos .The altitude and proximity to the sun are one of the characteristics that make this wine one of the best in the world. A wine that has been dreamed and created to be long-lived and survive its creators.
The international group Vinos de la Luz has wineries in the most outstanding wine-growing regions of the world. Ribera del Duero, Spain (Payments of Valcerracín, Cinema and Valpincia). In Valle de Uco, Mendoza (Gran Callejón, Callejón del Crimen, Guardian of La Luz). And Montalcino , Italy (Cinema, Poggio La Luz).
In all of them, the icon wine, called Illuminado Vinos de La Luz , is produced under the same philosophy. Respect for the land and its fruits, and always ensuring the high quality of its wines.
Publication Date: 28/06/2019
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