Algodon has selected the two most important grapes of Argentina, Malbec and Bonarda, to handcraft a wine that carries the structure, complexity, aroma and flavors that lead to a genuine sensorial experience. This wine is produced with 60% Malbec and 40% Bonarda harvested in March. Its maceration process lasts only six hours, obtaining a salmon-colored wine, with flowery aromas and flavors of red berries, very delicate.
The Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc are two noble grapes handcrafted by Algodon to produce an outstanding wine. We use the Charmat-Martinotti method for an enjoyable crispness, which suits the Chenin Blanc flavors whilst effecting a good minerality and body structure to the Chardonnay.
The Pinot Noir is macerated for just few hours to release a tenuous, soft pink color blended with Chardonnay, to add structure and a wider aroma. The grapes are handpicked and carefully selected. After the Pinot Noir’s maceration, the grapes are fermented in stainless steel tanks and blended together for the second fermentation in “Autoclavi”, under pressured tanks needed to start the second fermentation which lasts for 20 days. This method is called Charmat-Martinotti.