(2014 Vintage) Head Winemaker: Pablo Sanchez. Wine Consultant: Alberto Antonini. Varietal Composition: Malbec. Grapes: From Uco Valley (1.100 m.a.s.l. – poor soils) and Luján de Cuyo (980 m.a.s.l. – alluvial soils). Vineyards: More than 50 years old, with yields of less than 10 Tn per Ha. Harvest: By hand in plastic bins. Selection: Manual cluster selection. Maceration: 3 days at 8ºC. Alcoholic Fermentation: With native yeasts during 7 days in stainless steel tanks at temperatures between 24 and 25ºC. Malolactic Fermentation: In stainless steel tanks. Ageing: 30% of this wine was in French aok barrel for 6 months and the rest in Stainless steel tanks.
rich jammy plum and dark cherry. hint of cinnamon and tobacco. soft tannins. great with roasted chicken and bread salad
first had in 2009 and too young. had with pete and babs at Xmas 2011 and fantastic - lots of sediment
middle of the road basic wine by wltv. (85). $8ish. might be nice Malbec to try.
Smooth with flavors of blueberry and smoke. Full mouth feel.
- over 6 years