Updated: Jun 22, 2018

95 Points + Gold Medal Winner at the International Wine Challenge - England



We are proud to announce the exceptional news that Piattelli Torrontés won a Gold Medal & 95 point rating at the 2018 International Wine Challenge that took place in England. The IWC is regarded as one the world’s finest and most meticulously judged wine competitions as it assesses every wine blind and judges each for its faithfulness to style, region and vintage. Throughout the rigorous judging processes, each medal-winning wine is tasted on three separate occasions by at least 10 different judges.


Tasting Notes

Alluring burst of lime, orange blossom, zingy zest of lemon peel. Hints of elderflower, perfumed, ripe and densely concentrated, lovely textural grip and quite fine!

Updated: May 24, 2018

Piattelli Vineyards receives new ratings and news release in Wine Spectator




Piattelli Vineyards is recognized for high quality wines with new reviews and ratings in the April 19th Winespectator.com news release. Piattelli Vineyards was featured in a news release today from Wine Spectator (winespectator.com) 10 Under-$25 Winners from Argentina. Piattelli Vineyards Cafayate was the featured photo and Piattelli was they only winery to achieve two 90+ score mentions.


“Piattelli Vineyards is on pace to become the highest rated winery in Argentina. The extensive investments made in the preeminent locations in Argentina are clearly producing stunning results.    The unique calcareous soils and our skilled winemaking team are combining to produce world class results,”

Eric Malinski, Executive Vice President.


Piattelli Malbec Cafayate Valley Grand Reserve 2015. Score: 91 Piattelli Malbec-Tannat Cafayate Valley Reserve 2016. Score: 90


Updated: Jun 22, 2018

New Ratings from Piattelli Vineyards



Piattelli Vineyards is honored to have received Fourteen 90+ scores from top publications such as Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast, James Suckling, and Tim Atkin. All 90+ winners are current vintages.


“It is very rewarding to see the many past investments made in high-altitude growing areas paying off today. The unique calcium carbonate rocks and alluvial soils found at Piattelli Vineyards has given us an uncommon advantage to consistently deliver award winning wines. Although eighty percent of the quality of the wine is a direct result of the altitude, soil, and weather, we are also fortunate to have talented winemakers and a dedicated team to ensure the winemaking process is executed with precision,”

Jon Malinski, owner Piattelli Vineyards


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 Wines are imported by Vinocopia and are represented throughout the United States.