Brote Negro is a "natural rareness", a Malbec biotype, found in a very ancient vineyard of vines from this variety. We made a follow up of this "rareness" during a long time. Then, those vines with different characteristics were transplanted and they currently give origin to the grape variety which makes up this wine. The most prominent characteristic at first sight is its very dark, almost black buds (vine branches) which last for a certain time. Buds grow straight and bunches are smaller and looser than those of the Malbec.
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Critical Acclaim: 93 Points by Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate
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