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Tri-Vin Imports Adds New Tussock Jumper Wines

By June 25, 2021Connecticut, Top News
Tussock Jumper Cabernet Sauvignon 2020, Tulum Valley, San Juan, Argentina; Tussock Jumper Malbec 2020, Tulum Valley, San Juan, Argentina; and Tussock Jumper Pinot Noir 2019, a blend of grapes sourced from Gascony, Languedoc and Loire Valley, France.

Tussock Jumper Cabernet Sauvignon 2020, Tulum Valley, San Juan, Argentina; Tussock Jumper Malbec 2020, Tulum Valley, San Juan, Argentina; and Tussock Jumper Pinot Noir 2019, a blend of grapes sourced from Gascony, Languedoc and Loire Valley, France.

Tri-Vin Imports added three new red wine vintages from Tussock Jumper Wines. Each wine is sustainably sourced from small farms from one of the brand’s 11 global wine regions, then blended in that region to support local community employment. New to Connecticut are Tussock Jumper Cabernet Sauvignon 2020, Tulum Valley, San Juan, Argentina; Tussock Jumper Malbec 2020, Tulum Valley, San Juan, Argentina; and Tussock Jumper Pinot Noir 2019, a blend of grapes sourced from Gascony, Languedoc and Loire Valley, France.  Tussock Jumper Cabernet Sauvignon 2020 is a 100% Cabernet Sauvignon blend oak-aged for three months, split between 50% in French oak and 50% in American oak, at 13% ABV. Tussock Jumper Malbec 2020 is a 100% Malbec, hand-harvested and grown using sustainable farming practices, resulting in a bright red wine with purple hues, distinct aromas of red plums and raspberries, mingled with notes of vanilla from oak aging. Tussock Jumper Malbec 2020 is a 100% Malbec, hand-harvested and grown using sustainable farming practices, resulting in a bright red wine with purple hues, distinct aromas of red plums and raspberries, mingled with notes of vanilla from oak aging. Tussock Jumper is unique in that it does not own any wineries or vineyards, concentrating solely on traveling the world, selecting the “best value for money” wines and sharing them. Each one bears the picture of an animal native to where the wine comes from, serving as a Tussock Jumper ambassador from each country.

 

 

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