Bodegas Salentein’s plantations rise in the elevated mountainsides at the base of the ancient and snowy Andes. The region is located in the Argentinian province of Mendoza, in an area known as Uco Valley (Valle de Uco). The characteristics of such location – its important elevation and alluvial soils, its sunny days and cool nights- offer an ideal microclimate for grape cultivation and the growth of the highest quality Malbec grapes.
Bright and intense purplish red colour. In its fruity nose, fresh red fruit (plum and blackberry) stand out without cooked or marmalade aromas. In the mouth, its entry is fresh thanks to its natural acidity, fruity sensation, round or ripe tannins and sweet finish. Balanced and intense wine with clear varietal character.
Style of Wine:
Red Wine: Rich and Intense
90 Pts The Wine Front - 90 Pts Decanter Wolrd Wine Awards
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