Arriero Blend 2010

Technical data

Winery: Hacienda del Plata
Wine type:
Red

Vintage: 2010
Winemaker:
- Prieto, Matias Tomas

Tasting notes

Sight: An intensely brilliant red with hints of black and purple.

Nose: Predominance of red fruits, such as plums with spices like pepper and a slight hint of vanilla.The integration of the oak with fruity fragrances is evident, respecting the identity of this blend.

Mouth: In mouth it is delicate and elegant, demonstrating a perfect balance between freshness and concentration. Unctuous, enveloping with soft tannins and a final, persistent flavor.


Vineyard

Name: Castro Barros
Region: region_2@nombre (subregion_15@nombre)
Soil: 3422-2738@suelo
Vintage: 3422-2738@vendimia

Winemaking

Vat: The Arriero Blend wines are left in French and American oak barrels for 12 months at 15-18°C (59-64.4°F) to begintheir malolactic fermentation.
Alcoholic fermentation: Fermentation through floating cap.
Maceration: A maceration is carried outbefore the fermentation process during 6 days at 6-8°C(42.8-46.4°F) in CO2 atmosphere, avoiding any type of oxidation and extracting all beneficial components wished to be present at that temperature.
Winery aging: 12 months
Oak aging: 12 months

Analysis

Alcohol: 14.8%
Total acidity: 5.2 g/l
Volatile acidity: 0.6 g/l
Reducing sugar: 2.7 g/l
Extract: 31.07 g/l
Free sulfur dioxide: 27 mg/l
Total sulfur dioxide: 77 mg/l


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Prieto, Matias Tomas

About the winemaker

Personal information

Name: Prieto, Matias Tomas
Age: 36
Education: matias-tomas-prieto@estudios
Studies abroad: matias-tomas-prieto@cargo

Vision of the Argentinian wine industry: matias-tomas-prieto@vision

Wine story

The Arrieros were cattle drivers at Hacienda del Plata. Men with vast experience and profound knowledge, within whom preserverance, time and obesrvance created their work.
The wine making process of the Arriero line is akin to the life and maturity of an Arriero. A controlled balance between the vineyards, limited yield and
intense vinifications challenge the wine to be robust in character, capable of supporting the hectic, vehement and the intense.
Later, in the calm and peace of a work completed and now at rest, the wine opens itself to the oak that will break it in and round out its character, yet maintaining its original and natural personality, which sees no place in the realm of abundance.

Calification

Stephen Tanzer (2009) 88