The wines of 1750 are produced in Uvairenda, a boutique winery located in the Valley of Samaipata in Bolivia. Samaipata sits in the elbow of the Andes Mountains and is the frontier of winemaking in South America. The winery relies on centuries-old winemaking knowledge grounded in a respect for Pachamama—the indigenous peoples’ “Mother Earth” to capture the essence of Samaipata/Samaipatan terrain. Samaipata is a scenic two-hour drive from the booming energy of Bolivia’s largest city, Santa Cruz de la Sierra. Valles Cruceños encourages people from all over the world to relax and enjoy the exquisite, centuries-old taste of high-elevation Bolivian wine. The winery is committed to the production of high-quality wines in a small quantities. They focus on crafting wines that capture our identity in respect to terroir and varietal expression. They are part of the avant-garde that aims for less wood influence in their wines. Vinos 1750 are sold in award-winning wine shops and Michelin star restaurants.
Winemaking: Aging process: At low temperatures in stainless steel tanks.
- Colour: Clear bright yellow, clean and shiny, with greenish reflections (when young) and gold (with a couple of years).
- Nose and flavour: Quite aromatic, notes of citrus like: grapefruit, lime peel and tropical notes such as pineapple syrup, achachairú, white flowers and a herbal touch coming from the Sauvignon Blanc. Taste: Dry, medium acidity, citrus fand tropical fruits like pineapple, and herbal/grassy notes. Medium body and persistence, good balance between acid and fruit.
- Serving Temperature and Food Matching Serving temperature: 10°C.
- Recommended with: Good ceviche, Bolivian traditional food, seafood, salads or a good dessert.