Clásico Malbec 2012

Technical data

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Vintage: 2012
- Antonini, Alberto

Tasting notes

Sight: Bright and luminous ruby red hues in the glass.

Nose: Delicate aromas of red fruit, fresh strawberries and plum, and a touch of exotic spice.

Mouth: The palate is fully of juicy, elegant fruit, silky tannins and a balanced structure. The result is an honest, persistent Malbec with a lingering finish.


Name: Lujan de Cuyo
Soil: 3444-2755@suelo
Vintage: 3444-2755@vendimia


Alcohol: 13.9%
Total acidity: 4.8 g/l

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Antonini, Alberto

About the winemaker

Personal information

Name: Antonini, Alberto
Age: 58
Education: alberto-antonini@estudios
Studies abroad: alberto-antonini@cargo

Vision of the Argentinian wine industry: alberto-antonini@vision

Wine story

A blend of 100% Malbec grapes harvested by hand from vineyards in Medrano, Barrancas, and Lunlunta- 50% Estate grapes. We choose
deep, fresh soils, to delay ripening, and avoid hydric stress. These are sandy loams where the clay component provides mineral nutrients
and water retention, while the sand component prevents the silt and clay part from compacting excessively, and guarantees water drainage. In this climate we avoid soils with abundant superficial gravel, which increases the warming effect, and might shorten the ripening season- which we rely
on to give our Malbec its intensity and flavor.