Mapú Curá Malbec 2009

Technical data

Winery: Mainqué
Wine type:

Grape variety:
Vintage: 2009

Tasting notes

Sight: It has an attractive red color with purplish gleam.

Nose: Aromas that remind of mature cherries, plums and morello cherries.

Mouth: In the mouth it is nice, with velvety tannins, well-bodied and persistent.


Region: Mendoza (Upper Mendoza River Region)
Localidad: Agrelo
Soil: From medium to heavy texture, rocky
Vintage: Manual


Vat: Grapes are received in the winepress and once they are destemmed they are sent to small containers.
Alcoholic fermentation: When cold maceration is over, specific yeast for Malbec are added and it ferments at an average temperature of 27ºC for 10 – 15 days.
Maceration: When alcoholic fermentation is over, it remains on its lees to obtain more concentration.
Winery aging: 18 months


Alcohol: 13.7%
Total acidity: 5.2 g/l
Reducing sugar: 2.12 g/l

Serving suggestions

Service temperature: 61°F
Pairings: It is good to accompany the typical Argentinean asado (barbecue), it can also be enjoyed with stew, pasta, empanadas and locro (beef or pork stew with potatoes and corn).

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Rodriguez Gardiol, Paola

About the winemaker

Personal information

Name: Rodriguez Gardiol, Paola
Age: 33
Education: Winemaker

Opinion: MAPÚ CURÁ varietal wines are characterized by their excellent structures, elegance and character. They are authentic expressions of the vines that originate them.

The line is completed with our refined sparkling wines, made with the Charmat method, with a long maceration on lees, what makes them distinguished, fresh and attractive.

Wine story

In Mapuche language, Mapú means “land or ground”, and Curá means “stone”. We choose this name, “land of stones”", to refer to the arid but generous grounds of Mendoza that bring our most outstanding wines to life.