Ojo de Vino, the winery directed by the Swiss artist Dieter Meir, launched two innovative brands under the supervision of the 100-point winemaker, Marcelo Pelleriti.
“Dieter has a very clear concept. In the short term, Ojo de Vino aims at becoming a benchmark of high-quality wines,” maintained Pelleriti.
“Malo” (in English “Bad”) is a 2011 exponent aged in French oak barrels for 18 months whose production was 12,000 bottles. It is true to Pelleriti’s style: good middle mouth, intense but elegant.
“Super Malo” (Super Bad) is placed above Malo, as its name suggests, but there is no launching date yet.