Aromas of ripe red fruits combine with hints of vanilla and coffee from its oak aging.
Smooth with round tannins and medium acidity. Good balance between fruit and some toasty notes from oak aging.
This wine is made with grapes sourced from vineyards located mainly in the Primera Zona. Influenced by the winds descending from the Andes Mountains and its lower altitude, this region is one of the coolest areas in Argentine viticulture and often suffers from late frosts during bud break. These conditions also favor great thermal amplitude. Most of the vineyards are old and traditionally irrigated, with relatively heavy and deep loamy soils.
Aged in French and American oak for 6 months.
These are light-bodied, easy-to-drink wines. They pair well with everyday dishes and traditional Argentine dishes, such as empanadas, pizzas, breaded meat, barbecue, and salads (for the Chardonnay.)