Making stellar wine is the sole focus at Bodega Septima, a pristine winery situated in the acclaimed Mendoza winemaking district of Argentina.

Founded in 1999, the winery was the seventh (in Spanish “septima”) winery introduced by the Codorníu Group, known for its world-famous cava and still wines from Spain and Napa Valley. Imported exclusively by Aveníu Brands, Septima produces authentic wines that are modern, with a nod to tradition.

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Septima

Wines

Septima Gran Reserva

Septima Gran Reserva is made with grapes grown in the upper region of the Mendoza River and the Uco Valleys from 3 vineyards planted between 2,800 and 3,600 feet above sea level. The grapes were harvested by hand and macerated at very low temperatures for three days. Traditional fermentation took place at controlled temperatures in stainless steel tanks. The wines that were blended for this Gran Reserva were aged separately in French and American oak barrels for 12 months. Elegant and balanced it pairs well with red grilled meat, chicken, stews, lamb, pasta and rice dishes.


Septima Syrah

Septima Syrah is a wine with a lot of personality. It is estate grown and produced with its varietal character in mind. The Syrah vineyards are located in the Agrelo region of Lujan de Cuyo, 3,400 feet above sea level. Melted snow flows from the Andes and irrigates the vineyards with fresh water. The sweet tannins of this wine pair well with roast beef, steak and hamburger. Rack of lamb and pork spare ribs also match nicely with this easy to drink red wine.


Septima Malbec

Septima Malbec is a beautiful red wine from the esteemed Uco Valley of Argentina. Malbec vineyards, planted in the upper region of the valley, are located 3,600 feet above sea level. Hand harvested in the cool morning hours, the Malbec fruit is crushed and placed in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks. The wine is aged 6 months in American oak barrels. Baked, barbequed, grilled or roasted chicken and pork as well as veal and red meats pair nicely with Malbec. Hot and spicy sauces also pair well.


Septima Chardonnay

Hand harvested in cool morning hours, the Chardonnay was whole-clustered, pressed to retain maximum fruitiness and delicacy, and placed in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks. The fruit flavors of this un-oaked Chardonnay make it perfect for accompanying appetizers such as baked goat cheese, smoked fish or shellfish.


Septima Cabernet Sauvignon

Septima Cabernet Sauvignon is a powerful red wine from the esteemed Uco Valley of Argentina. Hand harvested in the cool morning hours, the fruit is crushed and placed in stainless steel tanks. The wine is aged 6 months in American oak barrels. A complex wine with spicy notes, it pairs well with grilled meats, chicken, roasted vegetables, pasta and rice dishes.


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