90% Malbec - 10% Cabernet Sauvignon.
Two of Argentina's finest, most representative red grape varieties. Malbec has
become emblematic in Argentina, having found the ideal conditions in which to grow, optimising its qualities and producing powerful wines that are rich in colour. Cabernet Sauvignon, originally from Bordeaux, provides us with highly distinct aromas, thanks to its ability to reflect the terroir in which it is grown.
Vista Flores, Tunuyán, Alto Valle de Uco, Mendoza. Altitud: 1100 msnm.
Intense red-maroon colour.
Intense red fruit notes, equilibrated with coffee notes due to the stay in barrels.
Complex, voluminous, with mature tanins, equilibrated, highlighting the red fruits with black flowers notes and with a persistent ending with coffee notes."
Our vineyard in Argentina has seen a year with rainfall substantially above norms,
due to the phenomenon of La Niña in the Pacific. The red grape harvests began in
early April with the Malbec and finished at the beginning of May with the Cabernet
Sauvignon. Slower ripening enabled us to obtain more flavour and complexity. A
generous vintage, for those who were able to manage it appropriately in both the
vineyard and the winery. Our wines are very well balanced on the palate and offer
powerful aromatic expression. 2013 has been characterized by slow ripening and low yields in our vineyards (as has been the case everywhere in the Mendoza region), which suggests that the wines will be of excellent quality.
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