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Deep violet red in colour with black tones. In nose, it is complex, combining black fruit, spices and graphite. With highlights of blue fruits and Andean herbs such as jarilla and wild thyme. In the mouth it presents an elegant entrance with tannins, velvety and long finish.
Hand harvested between April 7th to April 11th 2017.
A vine and cluster selection of the highest quality Malbec fruit from within Vina Cobos' top estates.
This season was influenced by La Nina and consequently it was significantly drier, in contrast to the 2016 growing season. In spring the average temperatures were lower than historical, registering four events of late frost that affected yields. February started fresh and rainy, delaying the harvest, starting finally on February 16th and ending on April 20th. Good weather conditions during harvest season allowed us harvesting grapes of excellent quality and health conditions.
Aging and Bottling
Aged for 18 months in new French oak barrels Taransaud (75%). Bottled in December 2018 unfined and unfiltered.
100 James Suckling Points
Very limited quantities available.
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