The wine is aged for a year, partly in stainless steel and partly in barrels. The result of this process is a rich and generous dark-colored wine with plenty of black fruit, berries and raspberries. The long end is underlined with notes of tobacco.
Aguaribay is a typical tree in the Mendoza Region, perfectly adapted to the conditions of the average altitude of the Andes, often growing at the foot of this majestic mountain range. At the foot of the Andes, 120 km south of Mendoza, where Aguaribay trees grow at an altitude of 1100 m, there is a vineyard and this is where the grapes for this Malbec come from. The name of the wine comes from the trees that grow on the border of the vineyard.