Mendoza | Argentina

“Pedrusco” translates to rough stone. Pedrusco reflects the terrior of this vineyard in Altamira, in the Uco Valley of Mendoza. The area pushes the limits of altitude and temperature. Pushing these limits is one of our passions.

The Pedrusco Malbec is one of the newest wines we’ve released for several years. The wine industry is a serious business and I’m looking for serious results, and this wine gives them. The vineyard we chose to work with is an 80-years-old vineyard producing only two to three clusters per vine—tiny yields. It’s farmed in a traditional furrow irrigated manner with very low heads to the ground. The vineyard at an elevation of 3609 feet creates a cool climate Malbec.



Tasting Note: This seductive, cool climate Malbec provides a creamy texture, strong structure, and a zippy palate. Enjoy earthy notes and violets on the nose, with spicy blackberry and rose petal appearing on the palate. Enjoy!

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