Winemaking

Winemaking

For centuries, Malbec has been used as a blending grape, half a world away in Bordeaux. But, here in Mendoza, Malbec has reinvented itself as a rich, robust, stand-alone wine.

 

At the foothills of the soaring Andes Mountains, the first Malbec grapes adapted to harsh conditions, growing in small, flavor-packed clusters with thick skins, delivering pure, concentrated flavor. Malbec has been the signature grape of Argentina for more than a century.