Nomade Cabernet Sauvignon comes from a vineyard located in Campo Los Andes in the southern tip of Uco Valley at an altitude of 3,996 feet. This particular location is famous of for the sun radiation and difference of temperature between night and day.

We choose to harvest at the very end of the harvest season; third week of April; to enhance fruitiness in particular red and black berry’s taste.

This wine characterizes for intense aromas of black cherries; red currants and plum with a touch of tea leaves and tobacco.
The mouth is full yet soft; with concentrated fruit flavors; notes o cedar and tobacco and long finish.

8 months in French and American Oak. We will be introducing this wine starting on May 2009.

Wine Maker: Gabriela Celeste – Eno Rolland enologist + Roberto Simonetto
Fermenting temperature: Between 25 a 29°C . 13 days alcoholic fermentation.
Maceration time: 25 days.

Alcohol: 14
Ageing in barrel: 8 months in French and American oak barrels
Total Acidity: 5,5 gr/lt
Ph: 3,7
Residual Sugar: 1,80 gr/l
Anual Production: 12,357 bottles