By day sunrays embrace sandy rocky soil, by night bright stars invite the crisp dry air. Ascending into French oak barrels delivering the divine water of the grape.

Valle de Uco, Mendoza, Argentina.

At elevation 1150 meters or 3770 feet, the sandy, rocky soil makes the vines struggle to yield their best.

Hand-picked grape cluster sorting, gravity fed, temperature controlled fermentation, cold maceration and post-fermentation maceration.

Aged 14 months in French oak barrels.

Tasting Notes:
intense inky color with violet hues. Plum, ripe cherry, and floral on the nose with dry fruit and mint hints. Great concentration and complexity with sweet, voluminous tannins and a lasting finish.

The Ikal wines and the Ikal 1150 Malbec are marketed in the United States as the 1150 Malbec from Bodega Ikal.