Our continuous search for the expression of Mendoza's true identity in our wines has led us to elaborate, for the first time, a blend of three grapes: Malbec, Bonarda and Semillon. These three varieties are recognized by the Argentine wine community for their long history in the region and we believe they are now authentic Mendoza grapes.
This wine has a bright and attractive red color. On the nose, aromas of red fruits and spices prevail, but it also shows subtle citric notes, like fresh tangerine rind. The palate is round with a silky texture and concentrated flavors, an easy-to-drink wine. The finish is linear and refreshing, with a smooth and inviting acidity. This blend is a great pairing with Mediterranean cuisine, eggplant and tomato dishes; and it can also be enjoyed by itself.
Made with grapes from Luján and the Uco Valley, this is a blend of 48% Malbec with 7% Semillón, co-fermented with 45% Bonarda. Having spent nine months in concrete, it is a bright reddish-purple in color with a fruity, vinous nose that veers between plum, phosphorus and graphite notes. Juicy and fresh, with a terse texture and smooth feel, this is an eminently gastronomic wine.