Trivento Golden Reserve Malbec
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Alluvial soil and flat irrigation, combined with a dry and continental climate with great sun exposure allowing perfect ripening. Vine cultivation: vertical shoot position trellising. Harvested by hand in 15 kg cases, picked between April 8th and 20th.
- Grapes were destemmed and crushed. 25 days of fermentation in stainless steel tanks at 26-28ºC.
- Délestages: 48 hours of maceration after fermentation.
- Natural malolactic fermentation.
- Aging process: French oak barrels for 12 months. Bottle storage for 12 months.
This Malbec is a nice vivid red with violet tones.
Red fruit, especially raspberries and strawberries, express themselves with pure clarity. Complex and intense on the nose with excellent balance with the wood. Sweet on the entry, with persistent and vibrant tannins. Energetic, with a long finish.
Founded in 1996, Trivento Bodegas y Viñedos produces brand-name wines distinguished for preserving the character of the winds. These wines have received numerous recognitions at international contests and in wine industry publications.
Trivento has become the most diversely distributed Argentine wine brand in the world, positioning the company among the preeminent Argentine exporters.
Winemaking facilities feature equipment with the latest technology for winemaking production. Here, grapes are bestowed with the finest care, from their initial reception to bottling, guaranteeing quality. An additional special room houses the 4,000 French and American oak barrels used in ageing premium wines.
Experience and investment combine in the constant search for new techniques and technologies, leading to wines of exceptional quality. A dedicated team of winemakers and technicians work hard to optimise the expressiveness and quality of each varietal.
Ten thousand kilometres away from their native land, grapes from the Old World encountered generous sunshine and laborious hands at the foot of the Andes. In Mendoza, these grapes displayed their full potential, becoming the most cherished varieties of their new home, Argentina.