Dona Paula

Doña Paula Wines from Mendoza

Dona Paula is a modern producer at the forefront of Argentine wine, exploring and investing in new high-quality wine regions in Mendoza estate covers 703 hectares of premium vineyards all situated in the best sub-regions of Mendoza where Malbec, Cabernet, Chardonnay and Syrah all thrive. The winery leads the way in sustainability, adopting organic practices wherever possible in its vineyards to maximise the true expression of terroir.

The wines made by Doña Paula include Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon Syrah and of course Malbec. They are some of the easiest drinking wines in the UK market and are superb value for money. The wine culture in Dona Paula is built on staying true to the essence of wine terroir. They seek out the finest places to plant grapes with the best terroir possible and only use the correct vines to suit that soil. One of their most popular wines is the Paula Malbec which was made to be more approachable and feminine in style than the more muscular Malbec that dominate this region.

Dona Paula have won many awards for their superb wines and the excellent culture of the company and long may this continue.

Doña Paula own 100% of the land that their remarkable wine is produced on. This ensures the purest essence of terroir for their vineyards wines.

 

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Doña Paula  was first established in 1997, they own all of their vineyards covering 700 hectares. These vineyards have been carefully chosen to express the true terroir of the regions. These are located in some of the finest sub-regions of Mendoza including Ugarteche, Altamira, Gualtallary and Tupungato. Sustainable methods are consistently adhered to in the vineyards in order to maximise the true expression of place. The strive for perfection of all aspects of vineyard management means that the winery produces outstanding wines of superb quality each and every year.

Dona Paula

Doña Paula Wines from Mendoza

Dona Paula is a modern producer at the forefront of Argentine wine, exploring and investing in new high-quality wine regions in Mendoza estate covers 703 hectares of premium vineyards all situated in the best sub-regions of Mendoza where Malbec, Cabernet, Chardonnay and Syrah all thrive. The winery leads the way in sustainability, adopting organic practices wherever possible in its vineyards to maximise the true expression of terroir.

The wines made by Doña Paula include Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon Syrah and of course Malbec. They are some of the easiest drinking wines in the UK market and are superb value for money. The wine culture in Dona Paula is built on staying true to the essence of wine terroir. They seek out the finest places to plant grapes with the best terroir possible and only use the correct vines to suit that soil. One of their most popular wines is the Paula Malbec which was made to be more approachable and feminine in style than the more muscular Malbec that dominate this region.

Dona Paula have won many awards for their superb wines and the excellent culture of the company and long may this continue.

Doña Paula own 100% of the land that their remarkable wine is produced on. This ensures the purest essence of terroir for their vineyards wines.

 

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Doña Paula  was first established in 1997, they own all of their vineyards covering 700 hectares. These vineyards have been carefully chosen to express the true terroir of the regions. These are located in some of the finest sub-regions of Mendoza including Ugarteche, Altamira, Gualtallary and Tupungato. Sustainable methods are consistently adhered to in the vineyards in order to maximise the true expression of place. The strive for perfection of all aspects of vineyard management means that the winery produces outstanding wines of superb quality each and every year.