Trapiche, Terroir Series Finca Coletto 2015

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    Malbec 100%

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    Daniel Pi

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Trapiche Terroir Series Finca Coletto 2015 - Wine

Tasting Notes

Aromas of black cherries and forest berries such as blackberries and blueberries. This wine is full bodied with juicy black fruits, soft tannins and an elegant finish.

Malbec of deep and intense red-violet colour, with aromas of red fruits, plums, black cherries and forest berries such as blackberries and blueberries. Fresh and full as it enters the mouth, with sweet, juicy and ample tannins and a very elegant finish.

Production Notes

The vines are grown on alluvial, sandy soils with a plant density of 5500 per hectare & the vines follow a North-South orientation. Fruit is hand harvested in 20 kg plastic crates. Sorting tables in the winery mean only the healthiest bunches are selected. Grapes are destemmed with a further berry selection process to make sure only the best grpaes make the grade. Fermantation is carried out in concrete vats with wild yeast, followed by a natural Malolactic fermentation and subsequent aging in french and american oak for 18 months

Producer Profile

Founded in 1883, Trapiche is one of Argentina's best-known wine brands. Located at the foothills of the Andes in Mendoza, they own more than 3000 acres of vineyards ranging from 600 meters to over 1200 meters. Chief winemaker, Daniel Pi's goal and vission is to represent the richness and diversity of Argentina's terroir. Trapiche is dedicated to creating the best Malbec wines in the world as exemplified by the winery's most successful project, The Single Vineyard Malbec Series. As a tribute to the growers' passion and dedication, the winery selects three of its best growers and bottles their wines exclusively in limited production. The result is rich, incredibly massive, terroir-driven wines, prossessing bold, powerful fruit that express passion, history and the grower's personal touch.