CarinaE Malbec Rose 2011
A careful production frees and amplifies the typical fruity aromas of this variety and the freshness of this wine. It is destined to be consumed while it is still young, served chilled at 8-10° C as an aperitif or with all Summer meals. It accompanies a paella quite well.
Grape origin: Perdriel (Luján de Cuyo) and Cruz de Piedra (Maipú).
Vineyards: 80-year-old espaliers. Traditional cultivation and irrigated via flooding.
Variety: Malbec, vintage 2011
Yield: less than 70 quintals per hectare.
Type: Rosé wine. Elaborated under the supervision of Michel Rolland’s team in Mendoza. Grape manually harvested in 18-kg boxes. Rosé of bleeding. Fermented at 13/15º C.
Quantity produced: 6,000.
Alcoholic contents: 13.6 %
Sugar: 2.80 g/l
Total acidity: 5.1 g/l tartaric acid
Acetic acid: 0.31 g/l
Free SO2: 27 mg/l
Total SO2: 120 mg/l