This past week Loscano Wines was chosen to receive the prestigious BEST IN NATION title from the San Francisco International Wine Competition (SFIWC); Loscano is among 11 other wineries chose to receive this title. Loscano Wines had an impressive showing at this competition this year garnering numerous medals for their wines:
Loscano Torrontés 2015 - 95 Points, Double Gold, Best Torrontés
Loscano Private Reserve Cabernet 2010 - 94 Points, Double Gold
Loscano Grand Reserve Malbec 2012 - Silver
Loscano Merlot 2012 - Silver
This marks an incredible breakout moment for Loscano Wines and truly sets the stage for this winery to come into their own in the market for Argentine wines.
Loscano High Altitude Wines hail from Mendoza and Salta Argentina where the terroir makes for incredible growing conditions for grapes. With a philosophy of letting the wine speak for itself, there is minimal interference in the wine-making process. The grapes are hand-picked and sorted, and the fermentation process sees as little air intrusion as possible to yield some of the finest wines in the region.
About Loscano Vineyards:
Loscano wines are produced with a belief in the exceptional climactic and environmental characteristics with which we are blessed in Argentina. We’re passionately committed to crafting the most authentic wine possible. By minimally interfering in the process we let the wine speak for itself and Argentina. Loscano Vineyards is located in Cafayate, Salta (elev. 5,577 feet) and Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza (elev. 3,300 feet). Loscano wines fall between the US $10 to $30 range. Loscano is imported by Vinocopia and represented throughout the United States under strategic distribution relationships.