Lauca continues to position its wines in Latin America

August 02, 2015

The Lauca wines originating Maule Valley in Chile, are the new stars of the big label competition that exists in the Paraguayan market growing. In our country they are represented by the company Inexsur S.A., which has already started its distribution in major restaurants in the city and on the shelves of supermarkets and major wineries.

The Lauca wines are made with different strains in Paraguay available varietals such as Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, besides the Reserve Blend with 60% Shiraz and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, and the Gold Medal Great Blend Reserve with 60% Cabernet Carmenere 25%, and 15% Shiraz.

The Blend Gran Reserva was listed as one of the best wines in the world in Belgium Concourse Mondiale, with his bottle 2012. This is undoubtedly a wine of great elegance and complexity. According to his tasting notes, "nose presents abundant black fruit, red, leather notes, chocolate, vanilla snuff and wild fruits. Round in the mouth, body with great structure and complexity. soft and mature "tannins.

As reported Mr. Eugenio Morales, President of Inexsur SA, the alliance obtained with Chilean Wines Company, for his vineyard Lauca was obtained after a negotiation of more than a year, initially for the sale of the strains mentioned above, "with prices competitive and superior quality, "he said. "We tried many wines Sauvignon Blanc but the Lauca, made me decide," then he said, referring as decided to enter the wine market.

Lauca Vineyards has over 665 hectares of vineyards along the banks of the river Maule in Chile between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean. The winery is one of the most modern in the region with a winemaking capacity of approximately 6 million liters in stainless steel tanks and more than 2,000 barrels of French and American oak. It has the highest fermentation technology and process best grapes for the best wines.

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