El Plata Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

Technical data

Winery: Mainqué
Wine type:
Red

Vintage: 2010

Tasting notes

Sight: It has an intense and attractive red color.

Nose: Its aroma reminds of red and black fruits.

Mouth: In the mouth it has a good balance, nice tannins and a long finish.


Vineyard

Region: Mendoza (Upper Mendoza River Region)
Localidad: Agrelo
Altitude: 980 meters asl
Soil: From medium to heavy texture, rocky
Vintage: Manual

Region: Mendoza (Upper Mendoza River Region)
Localidad: Cruz De Piedra
Altitude: 900 meters asl
Soil: Shallow soil, loamy texture
Vintage: Manual

Region: Mendoza (Uco Valley)

Winemaking

Vat: Grapes are received in the winepress and once they are destemmed they are sent to small containers.
Alcoholic fermentation: The temperature is slowly increased to 20ºC and selected yeasts are added. Fermentation lasts between 10 and 15 days, in a controlled temperature lower than 28ºC.
Winery aging: 15 months

Analysis

Alcohol: 13.5%
Total acidity: 5.4 g/l
Reducing sugar: 2.06 g/l


Serving suggestions

Service temperature: 59°F
Pairings: It is ideal to accompany with dishes such as tamales, humitas (flavored corn paste wrapped in corn leaves) and also with roasted meats.

Comercial contact

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Rodriguez Gardiol, Paola

About the winemaker

Personal information

Name: Rodriguez Gardiol, Paola
Age: 31
Education: Winemaker

Opinion: These wines stand out for their freshness, fruity notes and varietal typicity. Red, white and sparkling wines El Plata are appreciated not only by local consumers, but also by wine lovers of other latitudes.


Wine story

This line of wines and sparkling wines is named after “EL PLATA” mount, the highest point of the well known Andean mountainous range and provider of water that irrigate our vineyards.

Export destinations

  • Brazil Brazil