Nose

Intense aromas dominated by ripe red fruits and jams, combined with soft aromatic contribution of oak, vanilla, chocolate and smoke

Palate

Elegant in the mouth, good concentration and smoothness, with silky tannins, typical of Argentine malbec

Growing Conditions

Luján de Cuyo – Mendoza. Planted in 1906 (Drummond). Altitude 850 mamsl Vineyard Structure: Low vine training. Surface irrigation: Cane and spur pruning. High density plantation. Average yield: 80 q/ha

Winemaking

Classic, in stainless steel tanks with selected yeasts, during 20 - 25 days and at a maximum temperature of 30o. The end of maceration is determined by the tasting. The Malolactic fermentation is spontaneous

Aging

100% of the wine spent 12 months in French oak barrels

Appearance

Deep red with burgundy highlights

Food Pairing

Ideal with grilled red meats or pasta with red sauces