Scent of mint leaves with irresistible violets perfume so typical of this area.


The marginal climate of its latitude brings a contrasting racy nerve and energizing freshness to the wine, while the ripe blueberry and bramble fruit contribute with upfront charm and generosity to the lush, textural palate. Wild herbs and green mint meet the violets perfume so typical of this site, and with a serious underlying blackness of graphite-like, stony, slatey power. Always an intellectual charmer. This vintage shows a riper, smoother and texturally rich style compared to the previous two vintages.

Growing Conditions

The vineyard has heterogeneous features. This parcel #15 consists of sandy soil, made up of 89% sand, 6% silt and 5% clay. A layer of fragmented calcium carbonate can be found at different depths. The soils have very low water retention capacity.

- Varietal: Malbec massal selection - own rooted.
- Year of plantation: 2010.
- Training system: VSP (Vertical Shoot Positioning)
- Row orientation: Nortwest - Southeast.
- Pruning: Cane pruning.
- Plantation density: 2.00 x 1.00 (5,000 plants/ Ha)
- Irrigation: Drip irrigation.


- Destemming.
- Fermentation with native yeasts in 100 hl vat and in concrete eggs.
- Punching down 3 times a day during fermentation for 3 weeks.
- Pneumatic pressing.
- Racking into 300L new French oak barrels, natural malolactic fermentation and ageing for 18 months.
- Bottled unfiltered.


18 months new French oak barrels.