The terroir is what defines a wine in its essence. It is the interaction between the soil, the climate, the geographical situation, the variety of the grape, the cultural tasks of men and women in a given place. These four Malbecs are genuine and unrepeatable and express in a defined way their place of origin and the character of the area in which they are born: Agrelo in Luján de Cuyo, Gualtallary in its version with and without wood from Tupungato and Los Chacayes in Tunuyán, province of Mendoza. Along these lines, we seek to capture the landscape in each bottle.
Violet-colored wine with some garnet hues, intense and deep. In its aromatic complexity, notes of raspberries, cassis, plums, red pepper and violets stand out; Accompanied by vanilla and liquor provided by aging in oak. In the mouth it is firm and fluid, with a medium fruity body, accompanied by toasted almond notes with soft and defined tannins that make this wine with a long and persistent finish.
Política de devolución (editar con el módulo Información de seguridad y confianza para el cliente)
- Composición varietal
- 100% Malbec
- Estilo de vino
- Tinto con cuerpo y estructurado
- Goulash de cordero.
- Crianza en madera
- 12 meses de barrica roble frances
Codorníu, a Spanish group that produces quality wines and cavas, is one of the leaders in the international market and following its philosophy of being present in the most prestigious wine regions, it chose Argentina as an emerging country in the production of quality wines. "Seventh" is the name of this winery. It responds to different reasons, one of them is that it is the seventh winery of the Group, it is the lucky number in Latin culture and it is the number of the day of rest, of rest.
In December 1999, the winery bought 306 hectares of land in Agrelo, Mendoza, at the foot of the Andes mountain range. In March 2000 the planting of vineyards began, which use the assisted drip irrigation system. This technology allows precise control of soil moisture through sensors and its modification locally to each vine sector. Thanks to this control, it will be possible to apply the latest techniques to improve the quality of wine such as RDI (Regulated Deficit Irrigation) and PRD (Partial Root Drying) aimed at intensifying the taste of the wine. Modern sectoral fertigation methods are also applied to ensure that each plant receives adequate nutrition to maximize quality.