Finca el Origen Malbec 2010

Technical data

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Vintage: 2010
- Bertelsen, Gonzalo

Tasting notes

Sight: This Malbec has an intense and deep purple color.

Nose: In the nose, it displays aromas of red fruits such as red plum and morello cherry, combined with floral notes such as violets .

Mouth: In the mouth, it is a velvety and silky wine with medium structure as well as mild, sweet and ripe tannins.


Name: Las Pintadas
Region: Mendoza (Uco Valley)
Altitude: 1090 meters asl
Soil: The medium to low fertility soils are very permeable and well drained.
Age: 14 years
Vintage: Hand pick up
Yield: 6.02 tons/acre


Alcoholic fermentation: Selected yeasts Temp. Ferm24/26º C, for 10 days.
Malolactic fermentation: 100%
Maceration: 2 days
Winery aging: 6 months
Oak aging: 4 months
Bottle aging: 2 months


Alcohol: 14%
Total acidity: 5.1 g/l

Serving suggestions

Service temperature: 64°F
Pairings: Recommended wine for pairing with red meats and pasta.
Home aging: 3 years

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About the winemaker

Personal information

Name: Bertelsen, Gonzalo
Age: 44
Education: 1991 -1996 - Agronomist specialized in wiemaking - Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Studies abroad: 2006 - 2007 - M.A. in Winemaking in Adelaida University, Australia

Vision of the Argentinian wine industry: Currently, Argentina`s wine industry is undergoing big changes due to the opening of export markets, which has encouraged winemakers and agronomists to greater specialization and constant updating, both in Argentina and abroad. This can be seen in the great success of Argentinian wines in terms of quality and prestige. Considering the country`s viticulture and geographic diversity, thre is also a specialization according to the denomination of origin, such as Malbec in Mendoza, Pinot Noir in Patagonia, and Torrontés in Salta. It is also important to bear in mind the great foreign investment in the country, which has undoubtedly helped in the commercial boom of the last years.