Piattelli Vineyards Alto Molino Cafayate Malbec 201975cl
Piattelli Vineyards Alto Molino Cafayate Malbec 2019
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The vineyards of Piattelli are located at the foot of the Andes. A magical and unique place, where the vines, more than one hundred years old, are bathed by the crystal clear waters coming from the melting snow on the surrounding mountains. Those of Piattelli are wines that fully reflect the terroir of origin and that are representative of two of the most renowned Argentinean wine areas: Mendoza and Cafayate.
Moreover, the vineyards are cultivated according to the principles of sustainable agriculture (all vineyards are USDA certified) and the wines are produced in the modern gravity-fed Cafayate cellar under the careful guidance of oenologist Valeria Antolin.
This Alto Molino Cafayate Malbec 2019 is a fine example of Argentine Malbec, characterized by vibrant and lively aromas of red fruits, violet and chocolate. In the mouth, it is possible to appreciate its softness, firm tannins and velvety and powerful finish. A great way to discover this winery.
Description of Piattelli Vineyards Alto Molino Cafayate Malbec 2019
Piattelli Vineyards Alto Molino Cafayate Malbec 2019 (Malbec)
- View: Very intense purplish red.
- Nose: Fresh and juicy aromas of violet, berries and chocolate.
- Mouth: Full, juicy and soft; notes of plum, cherry, dark chocolate and liquorice; good structure and firm tannins; velvety finish.
VINEYARD: Piattelli Vineyards
GRAPES: 100% Malbec
PREPARATION: Vinified in the gravity flow winery; fermentation took place at controlled temperatures (24 to 28°C) with selected yeasts; pump overs and rack; natural malolactic fermentation; when completed, the wine was separated from the solids and stored in tanks until bottling.
PAIRING: Steaks, grilled and roast meat, braised beef, mushroom risotto.
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Reviews of Piattelli Vineyards Alto Molino Cafayate Malbec 2019
Deep colour at first sight. Good oak smell. I liked the Piattelli Vineyards Alto Molino Cafayate Malbec, although it tasted a bit rough.