The winary was originaly built in 1905 and the main structure has been maintained up to these days; although new technological equipment has been incorported and adapted, the two-nave original architecture has been preserved, with a third one added, respecting its original style. It has vessels designed for quality winemaking and room conditioned for barrel aging.
A different Malbec with plenty of currant and plum. In Malbec's, I usually experience bold characteristics followed by fruitiness, but this was the opposite. I couldn't decide how much I liked this wine, but I do.
No great deal here.
Flimsy, but no too bad...