1883 – In the village of Unzue , located in Valdorba, Navarra in the heart of the Basque country, Leoncio Arizu was born, the son of Saturnino Arizu and Juana Uriz. A very interesting and important coincidence that oak would have in his life, as the Arizu name translates meaning “oak grove”. From 1890, around the same time that locomotives and electricity were being established, a seven year-old Leoncio arrived in Argentina and settled in Mendoza where he was welcomed by his uncle Balbino and became emerced in the wine business. As a tribute to the land and the people of Mendoza, they have devoted for more than 110 years to interpreting the intention of the vine. The passion of four generations of the same family, expressed in the Bodega Luigi Bosca collection, shows the result of an ambitious effort which was planned more than a century ago: the desire of expressing the finest paradigm of the very essence of Argentine wine. Today, the Arizu family remains dedicated to the fundimental values of quality and prestige. The permanent innovation and the spirit of labour, which have always been a trademark of the Arizus, have gained an international prestige for the winery, based on a collection of wines with personality and particular style, expressing the best characteristics of the terroir and representing the style of the region, the culture and its people.
Golden yellow, with fine and persistent perlage. Aromas of ripe fruit, hazelnut and delicate notes of yeast. Sweet palate and pleasant acidity that are combined to create a prolonged and elegant finish.