The 2013 harvest was one of the most important in recent decades in terms of quantity and quality, with only one climatic risk factor. As the season was characterized by a number of hot days with temperatures over 30°C, the challenge was to avoid over-ripeness, which results in excessive concentration in the grapes. In order to maintain the natural balance and freshness typical of Cheval des Andes, the decision of when to harvest was key. This wine achieves an aromatic balance between red fruits and spices.
Malbec (67%), Cabernet Sauvignon (25%), Petit Verdot (8%)
Intense red colour with purple shades.
Subtle, whispered and precise, while also wide and enveloping, this wine reveals delicate, fresh aromas such as violet and pepper in harmony with warmer notes like raspberry and dark berries.
An elegant expression of Cheval des Andes, it is full-bodied with fine tannins that converge into a tense finish with marked by freshness.