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StyleRich & ComplexRegionSaltaABV14.5%Vintage2017
The Bad Brother wines were born out of a long-time friendship between Agustin Lanus and international entrepreneur David Galland, who met while sharing their passion for long-distance horseback riding in the Andes. They decided to form a collaboration to make fine wines from the high altitude terroirs of Cafayate, Argentina.
The MaTaCa blend is a fabulous full-bodied red which combines the fruitiness and smoothness of Malbec, the volume and structure of Tannat and the elegance of Cabernet Sauvignon.
Sub Region: Calchaqui Valley Altitude: 1700 MASL Oak Influence: Oaked Ageing: 15 months in French oak Vegan: Yes Closure: Cork Bottle Size: 750 ml Winery: Agustin Lanus Food Match: NA
In 2006 Agustin Lanus travelled to the upper Calchaqui Valley Argentina for the first time with the specific goal of learning more about the unique micro-terroirs found at extreme altitudes. These terroirs, ranging from 1,650 to 3,100 meters above sea level, host some of the highest vineyards in the world. “Many say that driving 9 hours into the mountains on dangerous dirt roads just to check on our grapes is crazy, but then they try the wine and they understand.” - Agustín Lanús
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