Our Grapes derive from vineyards situated in Barrancas, an area located South East of Maipu, in the province of Mendoza, Argentina. In addition, we have a new chief winemaker, a young man named Cristian Garcia who previously worked with Catena Zapata and Finca La Celia for many years.

With reference to our vineyards, Barrancas is a privileged area because it is located on what historically was the bed of the Mendoza River. The rocky ground where our vineyards are located give our wine an exceptional quality and an intense aromatic concentration. Moreover warm days and tempered nights allow our grapes to reach optimal ripeness.

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Malbec Reserva

Vintage: 2012
Alcohol Content: 13.8% by Vol
Appellation: Barrancas, Mendoza

Tasting notes:  Intense red color with purple hues, our wine captures the aroma of red berries and plums and conveys a high concentration and elegance. In the palate it tastes juicy, sweet, with notes of chocolate and vanilla due to its growth in oak.

Food Pairing:  Intense and rich in its finish, it is ideal served with mature cheese, red roasted meat, filled pasta, and argentine roast.

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