VISTAFLORES, UCO VALLEY, MENDOZA, ARGENTINA
After spending years as a consultant winemaker for the likes of Catena and Luigi Bosca, Mauricio Lorca recently founded his own winery to enable him to make the wines he wants to make.
He is becoming well known for not using oak and his Opalo range are entirely free of wood, whereas his Poetico wines are oaked, resulting in richer styles of wine, he is finding fans including Jay Miller, of Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, who said "Young and highly talented, Lorca is one of the few Argentine winemakers who believes that the true fruit and terroir of a wine should be allowed to shine through.".
Bright, fresh and full of jasmine, citrus aromas with some lovely delicate flavours that persist for ages on the finish. Contains Sulphites
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