Zuccardi Tito is intense, focused and also quite floral on the nose, this blend of Malbec, Cab Sauvignon and the Italian variety Ancellotta is all about the fruit.
Zuccardi Tito carries flavours of fig, blackberry and cassis ride nicely on a smooth, chewy palate – on the finish, this is layered, deep in feel and toasty in flavour.
Alberto Zuccardi founded the winery in 1963, challenging the traditional focus on the domestic market with his pioneering spirit.
He sought to introduce Argentinean wine to the world stage and it is this spirit that still drives the search today for the highest quality from the unique terroir of Mendoza.
Three generations of the Zuccardi family now work at the winery. José Alberto Zuccardi and Sebastián Zuccardi, Alberto’s son and grandson, joined the team in 1980 and 2000 respectively.
In 2007, they were named among the most influential personalities in Argentinian wine by Decanter Magazine.
Familia Zuccardi combines forward thinking with a deeply rooted wine culture to craft wines of unique quality and identity.
At the heart of this family winery is the drive to continually improve and with Sebastian Zuccardi heading up their ‘Innovation and Experimentation’ program, they are literally taking quality to new heights.
After many months of building and many years of planning the breathtaking new winery, in Altamira in the Uco Valley, is all but complete.
At 1100 metres above sea level with the Andes as it’s stunning backdrop, a new chapter in the history of Familia Zuccardi is beginning. Familia Zuccardi
This is one of the most exciting producers to work with. Their understanding of the soils and terroirs of the Uco Valley is reflected in their beautifully expressive wines.
At Familia Zuccardi it is clearly understood that quality starts in the vineyards.
Through extensive research and the use of technology such as electromagnetic mapping of soil, they are reaching ever greater understandings of the “terroir” and how to match soils with the most appropriate grape variety.
With extensive vineyard holdings in Maipu, Santa Rosa and increasingly at high altitude sites in the Uco Valley, the quality at Zuccardi is ever improving as these wines find their place.
Every aspect of viticulture at Zuccardi, from irrigation techniques, trellising and training, pruning and harvesting is constantly reviewed and improved upon whilst always remains true to their principles of sustainability.
Zuccardi Tito – Hay Wines
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