Head Winemaker: Pablo Sanchez.
Wine Consultant: Alberto Antonini.
Varietal Composition: Malbec.
Grapes: From Uco Valley (1.100 m.a.s.l. – poor soils) and Luján de Cuyo (980 m.a.s.l. – alluvial
Vineyards: More than 50 years old, with yields of less than 10 Tn per Ha.
Harvest: By hand in plastic bins.
Selection: Manual cluster selection.
Maceration: 3 days at 8ºC.
Alcoholic Fermentation: With native yeasts during 7 days in stainless steel tanks at
temperatures between 24 and 25ºC.
Malolactic Fermentation: In stainless steel tanks.
Ageing: 30% of this wine was in French aok barrel for 6 months and the rest in Stainless steel
Total Acidity: 5.4 g/l.
Wine&Spirits Enamore & Punto Final Clásico#2 Most Popular Argentine Wines(in the annual restaurant Poll 2014)
Wine EnthusiastTop 100 Best Buy for 2012 - 89 points
Wine Enthusiast Top 100 Best Buy for 2007 – 90 points
Wine Enthusiast Top 100 Best Buy for 2006 – 91 points
Stephen Tanzer´s 89 points (2009 vintage)
Robert Parker 87 points (2009 vintage)
Decanter Gol Medal (2008 vintage)
Austral Spectator Among the 60 best Argentine wines for 2009 (2007 vintage)
Color: Purple with flashes of violet
Aroma: Red fruit, berry, plum and black currant, with notes of black pepper and clove.
Mouth: Full-bodied, oily and with round intense tannins, good acid and a long finish.
Pairing: Red meat, game meat, flavorful sauces and intense cheeses.
Service Temperature: 17-18°C