Tasting Notes: This Malbec shows notes of blackberries, warm blueberry pancakes, and maraschino cherries while being intensely layered with baking spices of clove, cinnamon, sage, licorice, and cedar. Light hints of orange peel, eucalyptus, white powdered sugar and red velvet cake dance around the core. The wine finishes with integrated earth components of soil, dry crushed leaves, and an animal quality that screams being alive.
About the Winery: In 1916, French winemakers planted the vineyard in Chacras de Coria. Today, they care for it in an artisanal way – horses plow the soil, pruners tie branches with natural materials. From the high Andes mountains, their vines are watered with the highest quality of water. They harvest enough grapes each season to make approximately 5,000 bottles of Malbec.
Varietal: 100% Malbec.