Budeguer Patrimonio Malbec 2009

Technical data

Winery: Budeguer
Wine type:

Grape variety:
Vintage: 2009
- Mallea, Juan Manuel

Tasting notes

Sight: Bright red with purplish notes.

Nose: The balance achieved between the wine and the oak allows us to appreciate fruity aromas such us, black cherry, ripe plum, blackberry and floral notes, typical of Malbec from Valle de Uco, and mixed with mild tobacco, chocolate notes and vainilla aromas provided by the oak.

Mouth: Elegant with sweet and round tannins. Good acidity, a common characteristic from the region that gives longevity to the wine.


Alcoholic fermentation: Culture yeasts in stainless steel tanks.
Malolactic fermentation: Spontaneous - native bacteria in new barrels.
Oak aging: 18 months


Alcohol: 14%

Serving suggestions

Home aging: 8 years

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Mallea, Juan Manuel

About the winemaker

Personal information

Name: Mallea, Juan Manuel
Age: 42
Education: Agricultural Technician and Winemaker
Studies abroad: 2004 - Spain: Leda Viñas Viejas Winery (Tudela del Duero); Torinos Winery (Tudela del Duero) and Vienvenida de Vinos Winery (Toro)

Vision of the Argentinian wine industry: The world's eyes are looking to our lands and wines' potential. Thanks to the
quality of its terroirs and wines, Argentina has successfully entered into
international markets. This should be also accompanied by the businessmen's
responsibility and honesty. Having quality and being reliable, the
Argentinian vitiviniculture has an excellent prospect.

Wine story

As children are for a family, the true patrimony and legacy of our winery, are our wines.
After years of work, effort, dedication and love for the land of Mendoza, we decided to choose our best malbec grapes from Valle de Uco, to elaborate a great wine that represents us as a familiy and be an example of the greatest Argentine wines of this unique terroir in the world.


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