Nose

With red and black fruit, fig, raisin, and black pepper notes.

Palate

This is a full-bodied, long-finish wine is a memorable/mouthwatering testament to its French-Argentine heritage.

Growing Conditions

Own Vineyards in Tupungato, Alto Gualtallary. By the foothills of the Andes at 4000 ft. altitude. Temperature drop during the night provides the ideal conditions for slow ripening of the grapes and helps obtaining complex aromas and flavors. The grapes – but only the best clusters -- come from a single vineyard, located at 4,125 feet, the highest of the estate. These grapes are the last to be harvested.

Harvest

At the end of April, they are carefully hand- selected

Winemaking

Only 500 cases are made, and then only in the best vintages. THEY Quickly undergo a long four-day cold maceration to extract the richness that has been slowly accumulating. After fermentation in oak with selected yeasts for 14 days, 20 days of maceration, and malolactic fermentation.

Aging

The wine is aged in French oak for 16 months.

Appearance

Violet Color.

Food Pairing

Red meat with intense sauces.