Grape Variety: 100% Malbec
Alcohol Percentage: 13%
Viticulture: Natural Wine | Biodynamic | Certified Organic
Rating: 90+ Robert Parker, 93 James Suckling Points
Climate: Set in the foothills of the Andes mountains, the climate is continental with cool nights and warm days
Terroir: Vineyards located at 900 metres above sea level. Average age of vines is 10 years old
Ageing: Unoaked, fermented in stainless steel for 20 days. Made without any added sulphur. This is about as pure as you can get when it comes to Malbec
Color: Opaque deep purple
Nose: Aromas of dense black fruit, sour cherry, blackberry and blueberry accompanied by notes of dried flowers and anise
Palate: Bright, juicy and appealing, with floral blackberry fruit and crunchy acidity. A natural wine without the slightest hint of funk
About the Winery:
Awed by the majestic landscape of Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza and its resemblance to their homeland Greece, Constantinos and Silvina Krontiras decided to acquire this plot of 80-year-old vineyard, now known as Bodegas Krontiras. Their project had since begun in 2004, with the aim of offering a distinguished natural expression of the Mendoza terroir.
In this pioneering project, the winery focuses in the production of natural wines through organic and biodynamic farming, letting nature do its work. Only wild and natural yeasts are used, with minimal intervention in their winemaking process. The resulting wines are of a style lesser-seen in Argentina, and a joy to behold on the dinner table.