casa vinícola
CONTENTS


About Us

The Vineyards

The Winery

Our Main Markets and Imports

Our Wines
About Us


Familia Marguery arises from the
strong belief of producing high quality
wines, in limited amounts, by using th...
Our Vineyards


Our wines come from small estates
strategically located in paradigmatic
regions for the growth of Malbec.
...
The Winery


The winery has stainless steel tanks,
pumps, cooling systems, a sorting table
and a state-of-the-art pneumati...
Our Main Markets and Imports


We export 95 % of our annual sales
concentraded in the following markets
in order of import...
The Wines


Casa Marguery - Malbec
                - Cabernet Sauvignon
                - Torrontés
                - Rosé...
CASA
  MARGUERY             MALBEC

                       Vineyards:
                       Altamira and Villa Seca, in T...
CASA
  MARGUERY                 CABERNET SAUVIGNON

                           Vineyards:
                            La C...
CASA
  MARGUERY             TORRONTÉS

                       Vineyards:
                       El Cepillo, in La Consulta...
CASA
  MARGUERY           MALBEC ROSÉ

                     Vineyards:
                     Las Compuertas, in Luján de Cu...
SUN DRIED MUSCAT

                       Vineyards:
                       45 year old vineyards in San Martín, Central
  ...
malbec
   single vineyard
                         Vineyards:
                         Wine from grapes of a single vineya...
malbec

                         Vineyards:
                         Row 70 to 90 at Viña Federico Villafañe, in
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  1. 1. casa vinícola
  2. 2. CONTENTS About Us The Vineyards The Winery Our Main Markets and Imports Our Wines
  3. 3. About Us Familia Marguery arises from the strong belief of producing high quality wines, in limited amounts, by using the best technology available, focused on Malbec as a variety. We believe that our mission is trying to understand what each vineyard has to say every year so that their exact words are expressed in our wines, without betrayals. We just want to be mediators between our vineyards and our custom- ers, being able to name our wines: estate wines. We produced our first harvest in the year 2000 and started to operate in the market as from 2002.
  4. 4. Our Vineyards Our wines come from small estates strategically located in paradigmatic regions for the growth of Malbec. We work in each of them with extreme care. - Viña “Carpinteros”: Las Compuertas, Luján de Cuyo. - Viña “El Dique”: Villa Seca, Tunuyan. Valle de Uco - Viña “Villafañe”: Altamira, San Carlos. Valle de Uco The common denominator of these vineyards is their altitude: over 1,000 meters above sea level. This altitude results in an extraordinary temperature range: warm days and very cold nights. Such difference in temperature assures ideal conditions for the correct matura- tion of polyphenols, excellent color synthesis and great acidity.
  5. 5. The Winery The winery has stainless steel tanks, pumps, cooling systems, a sorting table and a state-of-the-art pneumatic press. The capacity of the tanks ranges from 3,000 to 20,000 litres allowing us to pro- cess each vineyard separately. Therefore, we are able to thoroughly follow our vineyards' oenological evo- lution and identify parcels with more potential distinguishing types of fruits and concentration of polyphenols. Barrel room for 100 oak barrels.
  6. 6. Our Main Markets and Imports We export 95 % of our annual sales concentraded in the following markets in order of importance: United States England Brasil Canada Germany Colombia Some of our importers and distributors: - Southern Wine Group, Oregon, USA - Grapevine Distributors, North Carolina, USA - Bottled Poetry, Texas, USA - Hispamerchants LTD, United Kingdom - David Bowler Wines, New York, USA -Vinea Importadores de Bebidas, Sao Paulo, Brasil - DD vinos Imports, Bochum, Alemania
  7. 7. The Wines Casa Marguery - Malbec - Cabernet Sauvignon - Torrontés - Rosé Malbec Historias - Passito de los Andes Familia Marguery - Malbec Marguery Atento - Malbec
  8. 8. CASA MARGUERY MALBEC Vineyards: Altamira and Villa Seca, in Tunuyán, Valle de Uco and Las Compuertas in Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza. Yield: 10,000 kg per hectare. Fermentation: with selected yeasts at constant 28º C 15-20 days of maceration post fermentative. Natural malolactic fermentation induced by temperature in tanks. Aging: 2nd and 3rd use French oak barrels for 4 to 6 months. We seek to show the Prices and Points: varietal features of - 2007: Silver Medal - Argentina Wine Awards `09 fruit and color, - 2007: 87 pts. - Wine Advocate. Jay Miller, expression of wines August 2009 of high altitudes. -2007: 90 pts - Best Buy Wine Enthusiast Best
  9. 9. CASA MARGUERY CABERNET SAUVIGNON Vineyards: La Consulta, San Carlos and Las Pintadas, in Tunuyán, Valle de Uco, Mendoza. Yield: 10,000 kg per hectare. Fermentation: with selected yeasts at constant 28º C 13-18 days of maceration post fermentative. Natural We seek to show the malolactic fermentation induced by temperature varietal features of in tanks. structure, fruit and Aging: color, expression of 2nd and 3rd use French oak barrels for 4 to 6 wines of high altitudes. months.
  10. 10. CASA MARGUERY TORRONTÉS Vineyards: El Cepillo, in La Consulta, Uco Valley. Yield: We seek to show the 8,000 kg per hectare. varietal features of Fermentation: fruit and color, Between 14º and 15º with selected yeasts. expression of wines Production: of high altitudes. 2500 bottles.
  11. 11. CASA MARGUERY MALBEC ROSÉ Vineyards: Las Compuertas, in Luján de Cuyo and Villa Seca, in Tunuyán, Valle de Uco, Mendoza. Yield: 10,000 kg per hectare. Fermentation: Up to 4 days with skins and seeds. Natural We seek to show malolactic fermentation induced by temperature a fresh and fruity in tanks. wine but with Aging: some complexity 2nd and 3rd use French oak barrels for 4 to 6 and structure. months.
  12. 12. SUN DRIED MUSCAT Vineyards: 45 year old vineyards in San Martín, Central Valley, 5 hectares. Dehydration The grapes go through a process of dehydration under the sun for 20 days in two stages and are then incorporated to the must for its fermentation. This golden treasure Maceration: is the synthesis of During 21 days. the wisdom of the Production: ancients and the The total production is 1,200 bottles of 500 cc. technology of the Prices and Points: New World. 2007: Silver Medal. Argentina Wine Awards `09.
  13. 13. malbec single vineyard Vineyards: Wine from grapes of a single vineyard of 2.8 hs in Altamira, La Consulta, in Uco Valley. Yield 6,500 kg per hectare. Fermentation: With slected yeasts at constant 28º C. 28-30 days of maceration post fermentative. Natural malolactic fermentation induced by temperature in tanks. Aging: 1st and 2nd use French oak barrels for 12 to 14 We seek concentration, months. 12 to 14 months of bottle aging. elegance and Prices and Points: complexity with 2005: Bronze Medal. Argentina Wine Awards ´09 aging potential. 2005: 90 pts. Wine Advocate. Robert Parker
  14. 14. malbec Vineyards: Row 70 to 90 at Viña Federico Villafañe, in Altamira, San Carlos, Uco Valley. Yield 6,000 kg per hectare. Fermentation: With selected yeasts at constant 28º C. 28-30 days of maceration post fermentative. Aging: Atento represents In new french oak barrels for 18 months. the deepest expression 24 months of bottle aging. of our vines - our Production: attempt to capture From 500 to 2000, only in outstanding years. On the most subtle and vintage 2006 we produced 779 numbered bottles. complex elements of Review: their character. 92+ pts. Wine Advocate. Robert Parker.
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