Malbec 93% - Cabernet Sauvignon 5% - Petit Verdot 2%
Sight: Dark garnet red envelops captivating purplish reflections.
Nose: An accomplished embrace of the fruit nested within the Malbec clusters, evoking berries, black figs and cherries. Contributions of the Luján de Cuyo terroir are not overshadowed, coming through with reminiscences of lime blossom and clove. The oak provides a stroke of tobacco, while a touch of Petit Verdot gives off notes of graphite.
Mouth: Sweet, juicy and energetic tannins delight on the centre of the palate with pleasant sensations of unctuosity. Complete, with a long and sugary finish in which the Cabernet Sauvignon is discovered within the harmonious structure’s design.
Pinot Noir 60% - Chardonnay 40%
Sight: Pale salmon, good release of bubbles and a long lasting foam
Nose: Dried peaches, toasted bread and some yeastiness
Mouth: Sweet entry, unctuous and structured. Balanced acidity and persistent
Sight: Displays great density during the descent into the glass. Attractive luminosity, and a deep crimson red that reveals violet flashes.
Nose: Subtle and elegant, with notes of plum, morello cherries and cherries, and exotic hints of violets. Aromas also become discovered due to the French oak barrel ageing, including tobacco, cinnamon and vanilla.
Mouth: A wine that expresses itself sweetly on the palate, with structure and acidity that achieve perfection.