At the beginning of the 1940s Estela Perinetti’s grandfather purchased Mangato vineyard, 64 acres of land located in Tupungato to produce Semillón, he named it Finca Mangato. A few decades later, her father, Héctor A. Perinetti MD, planted the first Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. Estela and her mother, choose the stoniest and highest (1300 mts) lot to produce the first malbec of the vineyard, the one that broke with the tradition.This wine is the result of my interpretation of the Bordeaux varieties in such a special terroir.
Cassis, blackberry and blueberry notes add to a complex and delicate nose. An elegant wine for a Malbec from Mendoza. Ripe tannins, yielding a long and fruit finish.