The idea behind Triangle Wines was born out of a desire to get our hands dirty with some of the best winemakers out there, whose wines we really enjoy drinking. The project started in 2016, when we met Gerardo Michelini and the rest of his fabulous family during harvest in Bierzo, Spain. The Michelini brothers are based in the Uco Valley in Mendoza, but Gerardo had recently started a project in Bierzo, and the first vintage was being made at Raúl Pérez’s winery. After a very small amount of arm twisting, we sent Alvaro over to Argentina for the 2017 harvest, where he helped to make what became the first wines in the Triangle family - Salvo Malbec and Semillon. The Malbec comes from 50-year old vineyards at 1,100 - 1,400 metres above sea level, and is vinified in concrete. The result is a fresh and drinkable with intense perfume, structure and length. The Semillon comes from a single 120-year old vineyard around the village of Tupungato. The project does not stop here – we continue searching, to find the best terroirs and hands to create wines we believe in.