Vineyard: The malbec vines come from a single estate's vineyards in Lujan de Cuyo. The average age of the vines is 20 years old.
Orientation: The average elevation of the vineyards is 3,000 feet above sea level.
Soil: Clay and Loam
Viticulture: Ungrafted vines. Hand harvested.
Vinification: Standard primary fermentation in stainless steel. Malolactic fermentation in tank.
Aging: No oak aging
Production: 12,000 cases
Notes: Jimena Lopez is the winemaker behind this project. She brings 18+ years of winemaking experience to the table in not only Argentina but 7 other countries. She is though Argentine and Mendoza is her home. The intention with Bodini is to showcase Mendoza's Malbec in its purest form without oak related flavors but with plentty of beautiful fruit!
Publication: Other Press
Rating: 90 (Suckling)
Juicy and delicious red with dark berries and chocolate. Medium body and lovely density and richness. Screw cap. Wonderful value. Drink now.