Andeluna 1300 Malbec
The grapes used for producing this wine were extracted from vineyards located in the Uco Valley, Mendoza, at 1.300 mts. above sea level, reason why it's called 1300. This area has a wide thermal amplitude, producing grapes with a great intensity in color, an important aromatic expression and great natural acidity. These vineyards have an irrigation management through drip system that provides the exact amount of water needed by the plant.
This wine has an intense purple colour. On the nose shows some floral notes, such as violets, with some fruity expression like red plum and strawberry. In the mouth is fresh, smooth and very balanced.
For a young wine, matured in French oak for a period of 3 months and then aged in bottle for another 3 months, it shows an incredible balance thanks to the methods used to grow the vines, taking special care to the exposure of the plant to the sun, preserving the aromatic characteristics of the grapes as a result.
|Aroma||Black fruits and strawberries|