Argentina Winery PIATTELLI to Release Arlene Serie Blend in Honor of Owners Jon & Arlene Malinski's 50th wedding Anniversary

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PIATTELLI Vineyards to release limited edition wine, the Arlene Serie, in honor of owners Jon and Arlene Malinski's 50th wedding anniversary

PIATTELLI Arlene Serie Wine

The Arlene Serie is an elegant and rare vintage like none we have released or experienced at PIATTELLI - Alejandro Nesman, Winemaker, PIATTELLI Cafayate, Argentina.

After five years in planning and production, PIATTELLI winery owner Jon Malinski announced today the exciting new icon Arlene Serie wine has finally arrived in the United States and will be available on a limited basis in Q-4, 2016. A wine dedicated to his wife Arlene whom he has been married to for 50 years.

The PIATTELLI Arlene Serie employs an old world style barrel fermentation in new French Oak, and the entire process is carried out by hand. Only the high elevation top-tier cluster-select fruits were used in the process. The grapes are then hand-pressed, returned to the oak barrels, and laid to rest for up to 18 months. The result: 1,800 bottles of an iconic wine blend (500 available for the US market). "The Arlene Serie is an elegant and rare vintage like none we have released or experienced at PIATTELLI," said Alejandro Nesman, Winemaker, PIATTELLI Cafayate, Argentina.

Eric J. Malinski, Vice President International Sales & Marketing comments, "The single yellow rose has always been symbolic to their wedding anniversary, so we felt it fitting for the 50th yellow rose to be placed on PIATTELLI's iconic blend."

About Piattelli Vineyards:
Piattelli Vineyards covers 545 acres in Cafayate, Salta (elev. 5,577 feet) and 121 acres in Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza (elev. 3,300 feet). Piattelli’s wines fall between the US $10 to $30 range. Piattelli Vineyards has received many top ratings from such well-known publications as Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast, Wine Advocate and Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar. It is imported by Vinocopia and represented throughout the United States under the Casa Vinicola Zonin USA umbrella.

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