Martino Superiore Malbec


Variety: 100% Malbec
Vineyard location: Agrelo, Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza.
Altitude: 1010 meters above sea level
Soil type: Clay loam with pebbled subsoil
Irrigation: Traditional furrow
Harvest: Manual, in 18 kg boxes.
Date of harvest: First and second half of April.
Yield: 70 quintals per hectare
Aging: 18 months in french oak barrels of first and second use.

A selection of bunches and grains is made. 2-day cold maceration. Alcoholic fermentation with indigenous yeasts in epoxy-coated cement tanks for 15 days at a temperature between 26 and 28oC, accompanied by daily pumping over and delestage according to the winemaker’s tasting.

Post-fermentation maceration for 20 days. 100% spontaneous malolactic fermentation to increase complexity in the nose and unctuousness
in the mouth.

Tasting Notes

A malbec that has a great intensity with blue, violet and black tones. On the nose we find aromas of plum, blackcurrant, raspberry. Very complex due to its aging in wood, highlighting the notes of cloves, vanilla and tobacco. In the mouth it is structured, with sweet and balanced tannins. The aging in oak barrels gives it personality, aromatic complexity and elegance.

Serving Temperature

De 18 a 20º C.
Alc. 14,5% – Total Acidity: 5.5 G/l – pH: 3.55

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Drink in moderation, its sale to children under 18 is prohibited.