Finca el Origen Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

Technical data

Wine type:

Vintage: 2010
- Bertelsen, Gonzalo

Tasting notes

Sight: Intense ruby red color.

Nose: Its complex aromas of black fruits, such as blackberries, black cherries, blueberries, cassis, are complemented with spices such as black pepper, tobacco and balsamic notes.


Name: La Esperanza
Region: [email protected] ([email protected])
Altitude: 1200 meters asl
Soil: [email protected]
Age: 14 years
Vintage: [email protected]
Yield: 5.16 tons/acre


Alcoholic fermentation: Selected yeasts, máx. Temp. Ferm. 28/30º C during 12 days
Malolactic fermentation: 100%
Maceration: 18 days
Winery aging: 10 months
Oak aging: 6 months
Bottle aging: 4 months


Alcohol: 14.5%
Volatile acidity: 0.6 g/l
Reducing sugar: 2.3 g/l
Extract: 27.1 g/l
Free sulfur dioxide: 26 mg/l
Total sulfur dioxide: 89 mg/l

Serving suggestions

Service temperature: 64°F
Pairings: We recommend serving this wine with grilled meats or with spicy sauces.
Home aging: 4 years

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Bertelsen, Gonzalo

About the winemaker

Personal information

Name: Bertelsen, Gonzalo
Age: 47
Education: [email protected]
Studies abroad: [email protected]

Vision of the Argentinian wine industry: [email protected]

Wine story

The name “Finca El Origen” is due to the history of the region: After the formation of continents, 120 million years ago, part of the current Andes was under the sea. Today, there are still vestiges of that era, fossilized sediments in some vineyards in Mendoza over 1000 meters high that perpetuate the origin of life. Fossil like ammonites are the silent witnesses of a fascinating past. Finca el Origen is symbolized by these fossils called ammonites to pay homage to this past that represents the source of our mountains, through its wines and its brand.


Wine Advocate (Robert Parker) (2010) 88