Saint Felicien Casa de Tucumán was elaborated as a tribute of the encounter in 1816 that managed to agree the fact that constituted us as a Nation: The Independence. It is a malbec wine, a variety of French origin that found in our country the most suitable place to develop and become the flagship of the national vitiviniculture. This strain has become the ambassador to the world of the potential that our wines have, and especially the potential of our soil, so unique and different from others.
- Vineyard: Angélica South, Parcel 5. El Cepillo, San Carlos, Valle de Uco, 1,090ft
- Varietal: 100% Malbec
- Fermentation: 5 days of cold maceration. 18 days Fermentation, max. Temp. Ferm. 28 / 30º C. 28/30 days of maceration
- Aging: 18 months in French oak
The aromas of red fruits such as cherries and ripe plums, along with spicy fragrances such as black pepper and cloves, are perceived in this wine. In the mouth it is a complex wine, of good body and structure, with soft and ripe tannins, and excellent length and intensity. At the end of the mouth delicate toasted flavors and vanilla appear.