Our philosophy behind the winemaking is to keep the crafted profile of the wine, in order to feature the character of each component, representing its origin and the Malbec expression in the best possible way. The grapes are always hand- picked by local farmers and their families that know the vineyards like the back of their hands. Being a very hot climate, it is very important to choose the right picking time, to preserve the
freshness of the berries and avoid over ripeness; the winemaking process is then simple and with minimum intervention. The berries are cold soaked and fermented in stainless steel tanks with gentle pump overs to avoid over extraction and then the wine is aged in selected French oak for over 6 months. Low and soft filtration is used trying to maintain tannins, aroma and structure of the wine. The last stage is a 4-month bottle-aging period for the wine to settle. All this process allows us to create a fruity Malbec with great character, representative of the variety and its origin.