By day sunrays embrace sandy rocky soil, by night bright stars invite the crisp dry air. Ascending into French oak barrels delivering the divine water of the grape.

Appelation:
Valle de Uco, Mendoza, Argentina.

Viticulture:
At elevation 1150 meters or 3770 feet, the sandy, rocky soil makes the vines struggle to yield their best.

Fermentation:
Hand-picked grape cluster sorting, gravity fed, temperature controlled fermentation, cold maceration and post-fermentation maceration.

Aging:
Aged 14 months in French oak barrels.

Tasting Notes:
intense inky color with violet hues. Plum, ripe cherry, and floral on the nose with dry fruit and mint hints. Great concentration and complexity with sweet, voluminous tannins and a lasting finish.

Other:
The Ikal wines and the Ikal 1150 Malbec are marketed in the United States as the 1150 Malbec from Bodega Ikal.