Nómade – Valle de Uco – Malbec 20172020-07-23T12:18:24-03:00

Project Description

La Consulta, Uco Valley – Mendoza

Nómade – Malbec 2017

technical data

Variety: 100 % Malbec
Harvest: 4.000 cases x 12.   Hand Harvest – Minimal Intervention Viticulture.
Yield: 8 ton per hectare.
Aging: 8 months in French and American oak barrels.
Alcohol: 14.00 % by Vol. 750 ml

Tasting Notes

Deep purple red with bluish tinges in color with an abundance of succulent red fruit, prunes and plums on the palate. Round, soft and elegant tannis

Technical sheet

La Consulta, Uco Valley – Mendoza

Uco Valley in the province of Mendoza is the cradle of Malbec in Argentina. Produces Malbec with character and spirit.

This wine was born in a 75-year-old vineyard at 3,400 feet / 1.030 meters a.s.l. located at the foothill of the Andes in La Consulta, Uco Valley; Mendoza.

Soil: Free draining soil composed with alluvial sediments with predominance of clay and rock base with a stony, sandy surface. These characteristics are excellent for quality viticulture, as they stress the vines, leading to decreased vigor and lower yields.

Climate: Very Dry and Continental with thermal temperature amplitude from 20 to 30 degrees fahrenheit. These will give slow and long ripening periods achievening rich and concentrated flavors, balanced sugars and acidity with phenolic ripeness.

nómade colección


Valle de Uco


Valle del Río Grande


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