- Inkarri by Proviva
- Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza.
- Aged in a 35hl French oak barrels for 12 months.
- Analytical Data:
- Alcohol 13.5 % by Vol. · Res. Sugar 2.33 g/l · Acidity: 5.16 g/l
- Serve at:
- 8-13561 01027-8
- Biodynamic Wine , Organic Wine , Organic Red Wine , Vegan Wine , Non-GMO Project Verified Wine , Wines Made With Organic Grapes , Natural Wine ,
Grapes come from Nuna Vineyard, in, Agrelo, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza.
Altitude: 960 m.
Climate: Sunny and dry, large thermal amplitude.
Vinification process is very respectful to the grapes. Traditional maceration. Cold soaking is performed until the natural fermentation starts. Excraction process is very gentle, lasts about 15 days. Temperatures are controlled between 78-86ºF.
Mostly loam, with sandy loam spots of 100 cm and deeper. Calcium carbonate covered with gravel in some areas.
- Training system:
Vines trained in VSP. Depending on specific soil conditions, Guyot or Cordon is used as pruning technique.
- Tasting Notes:
Tons of blueberries and elderberries in this powerful and fleshy wine, which has a solid, tannic base, but no hint of hardness. A blend of 74 per cent tannat, 19 per cent syrah, 5 per cent cabernet franc and 2 per cent malbec. Drink or hold. - 2018 vintageJames Suckling
Black violet color. Aromas and flavors of leather, cocoa butter, cinnamon-sugar, and dried date with a slightly chewy, vibrant, dryish medium-full body and an engaging, medium-long carob, red peppercorn, and coriander finish with chewy tannins and moderate oak. A dry and bold red for excellent meals.Tastings.com by BTI
It's an inventive blend that's worth keeping an eye on, with dark berry fruit, tannins and structure balanced by scented oak and refreshing acidity.Tim Atkin
A lithe and pure-tasting red, with notes of olive and savory herb to the dried berry and cherry flavors. Finishes with accent of dried beef and spice. Tannat, Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc. Drink now through 2021.Wine Spectator
- Enjoy with:
Grilled meats and game, mature cheese.
Letis S.A. Reg Nº 103
2017 - Tim Atkin
90 points - GOLD MEDAL
Cellar Selection & Exceptional
2018 - Wine Spectator