Tacama is a Peruvian producer with a rich heritage and a promising future. Their commitment to creating word-class wines has seen their reputation start to attract international recognition. They are one of the first wineries in Peru to actively promote wine tourism, with a modern winery, pristine vineyards and a gourmet restaurant complimenting their award-winning range of wines and piscos. They are located in Peru’s fertile Ica Valley, around 250km south of Lima. Lying just inland from the Coast, they benefit from the cooling influence of the Pacific Ocean which helps to temper the otherwise hot desert that surrounds them, allowing them to grow a wide range of grape varieties including Tannat, Malbec, Petit Verdot, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Their historical significance should not be overlooked, they have a legacy which rivals many of the old world’s most famous sites. Tacama was the first vineyard planted by the Spanish when they invaded in 1540. It was the embargo that Spain placed on Peruvian wine exports that prevented them from becoming as well-known as winemakers in Argentina and Chile. However, the continued expansion and investment, including an underground cellar, at Tacama has seen them become a representative for the high quality wines now starting to emerge from Peru.
Ready 2022 - 2030
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