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Monte Cinco Malbec R 2010 revives the experience of Agrelo’s Malbec

This wine was born in Mendoza, Argentina, in the land of Malbec, in an old vineyard located in Luján de Cuyo, boasting a balance and aromas granted by its oak aging and a classical style.
It is a really exciting Malbec.

Monte Cinco Malbec Oak celebrates its 10th anniversary

This wine of Monte Cinco winery celebrates this year its 10th anniversary from its first award in a wine contest.
In October, 2003, it stood out for its quality and awarded a Gold Medal at Vinandino.
Monte Cinco Malbec Oak, coming from the land of Malbec, Agrelo-Luján de Cuyo, remains exciting and expresses in every vintage its [...]


Monte cinco malbec reserve 2006

Grape variety: Malbec 100%

Monte Cinco Malbec Oak 2009

Grape variety: Malbec 100%
Sight: it exhibits a dark bluish violet color
Nose: on the nose, it displays ripe aromas of black fruits with delicate floral notes, with pleasant hints of wood, vanilla and mocha
Mouth: on the palate, this wine is delicious, exuberant, intense, and unctuous with a vigorous personality. Besides, it offers a solid texture and an attractive finish.

Monte Cinco Malbec Oak 2007

Grape variety: Malbec 100%
Sight: it shows an intense purple color. It is an elegant and delicate wine with a perfect balance of fruit and wood
Nose: on the nose, it displays red and ripe fruit aromas, with notes of chocolate, mocha and toasted bread. It offers soft tannins, a hint of vanilla and chocolate granted by its oak aging, and an excellent finish
Mouth: on the palate, it is perceived as a round, creamy, ample and unctuous wine. Its intense and delicate tannins show the potential of this fascinating Malbec

About us

Monte Cinco is a dream which began in Italy in the late 19th century, when Mr Pedro Bertona and his family arrived in Argentina.

Mr Pedro was born on March 29, 1888 in Vergano de Borgomanero (Novara), in the Italian Piedmont region. After visiting Brazil, he came to Argentina and settled in Mendoza, beginning his winemaking work in Luján de Cuyo.
Pedro Bertona’s grandchildren have continued his dream with the aim of producing the best wine from a vineyard planted 80 years ago.

In this way, Monte Cinco is conceived: the aromas of a dream living on its cellar.