The wine opens with immediate recollections of fruits of the forest and blackberries, and ends with elegant and gentle cinnamon and vanilla notes.
The palate is an enticing experience. The immediacy of the fruit is a prelude to the velvety tannins, which culminate in the warm embrace of a smooth and lengthy finish.
Full tasting Notes
An unusual grape grown organically that elicits curiosity and interest.
Pairs well with grilled meats and game.
The fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature and the skin contact continues to achieve maximum color extraction. Malolactic fermentation adds roundedness and harmony to the wine.
Malbec derives from the native French grape of the same name. It is believed to have reached Italy between the 18th and 19th centuries. It has discovered its ideal microclimate in the Veneto region, especially around Treviso, Venice and Pordenone.
Malbec is the most frequently planted grape in the New World, especially in Argentina.
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