"...At 3,600’ in elevation, a stone covered river bed on the threshold of the Andes Mountains is meticulously planted with 100-year-old ‘massalle selection’ cuttings of Malbec. These sunbathed vines are sustainably farmed, hand-harvested, individually berry-sorted, then fermented in small batches to create an expression of high-altitude Malbec true to the floral and high-toned fruit aromas of the region. A vibrant Malbec accented by superfine tannins developed from the solar intensity and cool nights of the Uco Valley. This is a Malbec that celebrates site and vintage with skill and passion."
Varietal Composition: 100% Malbec
Appellation: Los Chacayes IG, Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina
Aging: 12 months in used French oak
Winemaker: Cristian Moor, Santiago Achaval (consulting winemaker)
Farming Practices: Sustainable (Gluten Free, Vegan)
Production: 2,800 cases imported