Antigal malbec 2006

Technical data

Winery: Antigal
Wine type:

Grape variety:
Vintage: 2006
- Gómez, Miriam

Tasting notes

Sight: Intense red cherry color with black hints

Nose: Wood, vanilla, truffle and tobacco combined with nuts, redcurrants and blackberries

Mouth: Complex, fleshy wine with soft and mature tannins


Region: Mendoza (Uco Valley)
Localidad: Gualtallary
Altitude: 1020 meters asl
Soil: Calcareous soil which allows exellent drainage
Age: 5 years
Vintage: Hand-harvested
Yield: 1.94 tons/acre


Vat: Epoxy-coated concrete
Alcoholic fermentation: Complete fermentation at controlled temperature
Malolactic fermentation: Spontaneous
Maceration: 25 days
Winery aging: 5 months
Oak aging: 10 months
Bottle aging: 12 months


Alcohol: 13%
Total acidity: 5.48 g/l
Volatile acidity: 0.6 g/l
Reducing sugar: 2.65 g/l
Extract: 31.45 g/l
Free sulfur dioxide: 38 mg/l
Total sulfur dioxide: 100 mg/l

Serving suggestions

Service temperature: 68°F
Pairings: Ideal to match all kind of red meats
Home aging: 4 years

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Gómez, Miriam

About the winemaker

Personal information

Name: Gómez, Miriam
Age: 42
Education: Bachelor's degree in Bromatology - Universidad Nacional de Cuyo Winemaker - Universidad J.A.Maza Postgraduate degree in "Quality Management from the vineyard to the wine"- Universidad J.A.Maza
Studies abroad: Training trip to Napa Valley - California - United States
Les vignerons de Tavel, Francia - 2006 Harvest period Awards / Scholarships: Best graduate. Argentina Federation of graduate women. 2007
Research scholarship granted by Universidad Nacional de Cuyo
Postgraduate course scholarship granted by J.A.Maza University

Vision of the Argentinian wine industry: Other New World countries lack the potential of Argentina’s winemaking. This potential is well developed from the scientific point of view and supported by our culture. The active raising of customer’s wine knowledge forces those who make wine to produce products with “quality” and personality.

Export destinations

  • United States United States
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom
  • Sweden Sweden
  • Brazil Brazil


Argentina Wine Awards (2010) Silver