Wild berries, pepper and spice.
Cherry red color with violaceous tint. Intense nose, spicy with a touch of black pepper. On the palate, spicy with firm tannins, elegant and complex. Long, persistent finish.
“Las Acequias” are the water canals that were first built by the native Indians to bring water from the melting snow on the Andes to the desert valleys of Mendoza. Today, the winemakers at Valle Las Acequias open these flood gates once a week to allow the water to irrigate the vineyards.
- Region: Argentina / Mendoza