This Malbec is different. It is produced at vineyards located in the desert coast of Peru along the right margin of Cañete River, 3.5 km from the coastline. Sandy loan soils, alluvial subsoil with gravel and boulder. Desert, seashore weather with sunny summers tempered by the proximity of the sea. Sea breeze provides mineral notes and complexity to wines. Gravity irrigation, harvest is carried out by hand. It comes across as less refined than it Argentine brothers. Lots of spices like pepper and fruits such as cherry and black current. This wine is very complex. Intense ruby red color. A rich bouquet of blackcurrant, chocolate and black cherry aromas. In the mouth, leather and liquorice flavors dominate supported by a backbone of robust yet supple tannins leading to a long lingering finish.