Sight: This Malbec has an intense and deep purple color.
Nose: In the nose, it displays aromas of red fruits such as red plum and morello cherry, combined with floral notes such as violets .
Mouth: In the mouth, it is a velvety and silky wine with medium structure as well as mild, sweet and ripe tannins.
Name: Las Pintadas
Region: Mendoza (Uco Valley)
Altitude: 1090 meters asl
Soil: The medium to low fertility soils are very permeable and well drained.
Age: 14 years
Vintage: Hand pick up
Yield: 6.02 tons/acre
Alcoholic fermentation: Selected yeasts Temp. Ferm24/26º C, for 10 days.
Malolactic fermentation: 100%
Maceration: 2 days
Winery aging: 6 months
Oak aging: 4 months
Bottle aging: 2 months
Total acidity: 5.1 g/l
Service temperature: 64°F
Pairings: Recommended wine for pairing with red meats and pasta.
Home aging: 3 years
Name: Bertelsen, Gonzalo
Education: 1991 -1996 - Agronomist specialized in wiemaking - Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Studies abroad: 2006 - 2007 - M.A. in Winemaking in Adelaida University, Australia