Tasting notes: Tell-tale inky Malbec hue with a nose of freshly picked violets and ripe berries seamlessly integrated with spicy chocolate notes. Intense and full-bodied wine with notable structure yielding gentle tannins.
Winemaker: Bernardo Bossi Bonilla
Appellation: Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina.
Varietal: 100% Malbec
Acidity: 5.6 g/l
Vineyard: Single Vineyard Estate, select low-yielding blocks
Yield: 2.4 tons per acre
Harvest: By hand, in the cool early hours of morning
Selection: Manual selection of clusters
Maceration: 6 days at 50°F
Fermentation: Spontaneous in-barrel malolactic with indigenous yeasts
Filtering: Naturally clarified after several rackings
Aging: 12 months in new French Oak Barrels