In the Huarpe language of the indigenous people of the Mendoza region, TamarÍ means “to live passionately.” TamarÍ grapes are grown in Mendoza in the foothills of the Andes, mostly from Uco Valley, where their Malbec is grown. The vineyards are situated to provide an ideal combination of soil, altitude and latitude for small grapes of concentrated flavor, color and tannins.
Tamari Malbec Cabernet Franc Blend displays intense fruity and floral aromas with subtle hints of spice and vanilla. On the palate, flavors of ripe black and red fruits lead to a firm, silky mouthfeel.
Tamari Cabernet Sauvignon is a velvety deep red wine warmed with notes of vanilla and almond.
The Tamarí Malbec is a rich, garnet-colored wine with ripe red fruit flavors framed by notes of cinnamon and almonds.