Lesser-Known Grape Varietals | Bolivia
Lesser-Known Grape Varietals | Bolivia
Lesser-Known Grape Varietals | Bolivia
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Lesser-Known Grape Varietals | Bolivia

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“For those looking to go on an adventure and try something different and yet unique to Bolivian wine.” Tealye Long, Chufly Co-Founder 

Wines Included: 

  • 1750 Pedro Gimenez 2020, 12%, Bolivia, Santa Cruz
  • Aranjuez Tannat 2018, 13.6%, Bolivia, Tarija
  • Magnus Muscat of Alexandria, 2020, 13%, Bolivia, Tarija

Treat your taste buds to something new. From native varieties to transplants, these lesser-known grapes thrive in Bolivia's high elevation landscape, and they're ripe with heritage. Full-bodied Tannat, floral Muscatel, and elegant Pedro Gimenez, known as the "grandmother's grape" in the Samipata region, are bound to be new favorites. 

Upgrade your selection for free shipping. The 6-bottle pack gets you two of each wine listed above and the 12-bottle pack gets you four of each!

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    A compelling intro to Bolivian wines

    I found myself needing white wine for a mushroom stroganoff and all I had on-hand was the Pedro Gimenez. I first thought to myself, “this is probably too good for this recipe,” but then I saw reason and concluded, “this is all the excuse I need to uncork this bottle and enjoy while I cook.” With plenty of stone fruit, green apple, and crisp minerality, one can appreciate the unique terroir of… OK I have no idea. My palate is not that refined. What I can say is that I enjoyed this particular bottle as much as my first. Other white wines I tend to enjoy: dry riesling and white Burgundy.

    The moscatel is a little too floral for me to regularly imbibe, but I would never refuse a glass. Fortunately, the tannat was surprisingly delicious and led me to order several more bottles of the varietal from Chufly. Other red wines I enjoy: jammy Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, and Cabernet Sauvignon. Tannat landed right up there with the best of them. It would be a shame tannat give this grape a chance. With a pun like that, how can you say no?

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