Black Label Malbec 2008

Technical data

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Vintage: 2008
- Casademont, Eduardo

Tasting notes

Sight: Intense red

Nose: Great complexity of aromas

Mouth: Outstanding balance of fruit and wood. Ripe plum, roasted coffee and chocolate


Region: San Juan Valleys (San Juan)
Altitude: 1400 meters asl
Soil: Coarse texture with very low water-holding capacity of the soil


Alcoholic fermentation: Classic with selected yeasts
Malolactic fermentation: Natural
Oak aging: 15 months
Bottle aging: 8 months


Alcohol: 14%
Total acidity: 6.98 g/l
Volatile acidity: 0.72 g/l
Reducing sugar: 1.82 g/l
Extract: 33.6 g/l
Free sulfur dioxide: 22 mg/l
Total sulfur dioxide: 108 mg/l

Serving suggestions

Service temperature: 63°F
Pairings: Red roast meat, ripe cheese
Home aging: 1 years

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Casademont, Eduardo

About the winemaker

Personal information

Name: Casademont, Eduardo
Age: 54
Education: Winemaker
Studies abroad: Different training in France, Spain, Australia and New Zeland Awards / Scholarships: Nominate as the best Winemaker IWSC

Opinion: Este vino excepcional muestra la pureza de frutas y una gran complejidad de aromas. Hay un excelente equilibrio entre la fruta y la madera, además exhibe notas de ciruela madura, café tostado y chocolate.

Vision of the Argentinian wine industry: Our winemaking shows a strong varietal restructuring as well as international feature wines. It has high consumption levels in the domestic market and, even though we participate in just 2% of world exports, wine exports are growing both in volume and price. Argentina is staring to be considered worldwide as a wine producing country with a very good price-quality ratio. Moreover, Malbec and Torrontés stand out as the emblematic grape varieties.


Argentina Wine Awards (2010) Silver