On the nose, it’s oaky, with notes of clove, mint and barrel spice accenting black-fruit scents. A full chewy palate deals spicy oaky minty blackberry flavors in front of a chocolaty finish with wood spice and minty berry notes.
Daniel Pi and his team designed this new line of terroir wines which explore the influence of soils on wine. For each wine they chose different soil profiles resulting in two wines with distinct flavours. This Mallo de Agrelo, Luján de Cuyo, is grown on fine-textured soils (sand, silt and clay)