Costa & Pampa joins the Enotria & Coe portfolio
Argentina boasts a rich cultural legacy in relation to wine, with more than 400 years of history, built on a tradition that fuses together New World and Old World wine regions. Over the last five years, Argentina has been taking the UK wine market by storm. As a result, Argentina has become the envy of other wine producing countries.
In the past couple of years, here at Enotria&Coe we’ve been focusing our efforts curating an Argentinian portfolio that is one of the slickest and most diverse in the market. With the likes of Trapiche and El Eseteco on board, our range covers everything from Malbec and Cabernet Franc, to Torrontes and Bonarda. To bolster this already impressive collection of wines, we’re now thrilled to add Costa & Pampa to our portfolio – an exciting experimental project of Argentina’s first South Atlantic Ocean wines.
Located in a unique region called Chapadmalal near Buenos Aires, and just three kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean, the Costa & Pampa are vineyards is a special place to craft wines. Indeed, they’re treasures hidden between the seas and the Argentine pampas. Planted at sea level, the vineyards grow under a more humid and cooler climate than Argentina’s mountain varietals, resulting in a range of wines that are fresh, delicate, with great aromatic complexity.
The new wines we’re bringing in, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, are produced in tiny parcels, with less than 10,000 bottles of each.
Of the new coastal wines, Kathrine Larsen MW said: "These wines have a wonderful freshness and crisp lively fruit character, and a saline, mineral hint underlies and crunchy citrus fruit notes."
If you'd like to find out more about Costa & Pampa or any of our Argentinian portfolio, please do not hesitate to get in touch.