Valle de Uco. (Vista Flores), Tunuyán,
SOILSilt loam of alluvial origin, with gravel in the subsoil and calcareous deposits.
Hand picking into small, 12 kg plastic bins. Double sorting of clusters and berries to achieve the highest quality.
WINEMAKING METHODBerries are pressed together with their skins to obtain grape juice of high quality and typicity. 12% of the juice is fermented in concrete eggs, while the rest is fermented in French oak barrels at 18 – 20 °C, resulting in a balanced wine in terms of its unctuosity and acidity. This is also the result of performing daily battonages, or lees stirring, which lend elegance and complexity to this wine. 50% of the wine undergoes malolactic fermentation in barrels.
Aged in French oak barrels for twelve months (30% new and 70% used).
Between 8º – 10°C
TASTING NOTES A bright, golden yellow hue. Its aroma is highly expressive, with notes of white fruit and subtle spices. On the palate, it is perceived with great weight, freshness and persistency. A balanced wine, fruity and elegant.
Ing. Fabián Dalesio - Ing. Marcelo Canatella
Marcelo Pelleriti - José Mounier