Caligiore Ecological Vineyards

Caligiore Argentinean Wine

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The Caligiore family has been working their 17‐acre Finca La Marolina in Mendoza’s Lujan de Cuyo district since 1969. In 2000 the family added the 35 acre Finca Cayanta vineyard and established a new organic winery and winemaking practice in all of its holdings. Each wine shows an expression of the land it’s from and the words this winery lives by… “The soul of the land turns into wine!”

Founded with a view of developing sustainable business, local identity, social responsibility, and care of the environment, Caligiore’s winemaking captures the true essence and culture of Mendoza, Argentina.

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pairing Cabernet

Pairing Cabernet Sauvignon

Argentine Cabernet Cabernet Sauvignon. Perhaps one of the most well-known grape varietals, this powerhouse grape hails originally from the Bordeaux region of France. The product of a chance cross of […]
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TEXSOM

TEXSOM International Wine Awards

Recently, Marquee Selections participated in the TEXSOM International Wine Competition in Dallas February 23-24. Truthfully, we didn’t participate as much as we submitted wines from our suppliers so that the […]
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wine madness

Wine Madness!

The Madness Isn’t Just About Basketball Anymore! If you’re like most people (at least, all the people I seem to know!) then you’re probably into the March Madness thing that’s […]
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events for Marquee Wines

Events Coming Up with Marquee!

Market Visits, Winemakers, and Tastings, Oh My! We are excited to announce the following upcoming events in which Marquee Selections, along with our suppliers, will be participating: Jérémie Castor, winemaker […]
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bonarda grapes

Organic Bonarda from Caligiore Vinos Ecologicos

Today I’d like to re-introduce you to Caligiore Vinos Ecologicos Organic Bonarda.  One of the most widely-planted grapes in Argentina, Bonarda is most often used as a blending grape, specifically […]
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