Intense red color with violet hues.
Aromas of berries such as raspberries and strawberries. In the mouth, ripe sweet tannins combine with spice. Elegant and soft velvety finish.
Grape variety: Bonarda
Vineyards: Ugarteche, Mendoza
Average Vineyard Altitude: 1,030 meters
Viticulture: By hand Sorting: Double manual selection
Sustainably Farmed: 100%
Aging: 6 months in French (75%) and American (25%) oak barrels
87 pts, Wine Advocate says of this wine: “Deep purple; spice notes, plum and blackberry aromas, dense, savory, loaded with flavor”.
532 acres (88 planted) in Ugarteche, Luján de Cuyo (Alto Agrelo). This vineyard, located at 3,440 feet (1,050 meters) has a relatively steep slope, which is important to avoid frost in this cool area. This terroir produces intense fruity wines, yet with elegance, which comes from a slow, correct ripening.