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Humberto Canale – Estate Malbec

Argentina
Patagonia
Wine
Red

The Facts

Origins Argentina > Patagonia > Rio Negro

Appellation Rio Negro

Varietal Malbec

Cepage 100% Malbec

Winemaking Cold soak, fermentation at controlled temperature

Aging 7mo in French and American oak, 6mo in bottle

Alcohol Content 13.7 %

Serendipity Markets Texas

The Character

Tasting Notes A pure expression of Patagonian “Terroir” and Argentinian Malbec. A refined and complex style both in the nose and in the mouth. Its just step through oak gives it an extra dimension that makes it an irresistible wine. A great wine, with structure, intense ruby red color, with amazing notes of red fruits, eucalyptus, spices and black peppers. After a year in bottle it becomes unctuous, intense, concentrated.

Pairings Ideal for classic roasts, pasta, and hearty dishes

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Brand Story

Humberto Canale’s name is intimately tied to the growth of Argentina & the industrial development of Patagonia after the construction of the railway connecting this remote land with the rest of the country. In the middle of an oasis in the High Valley of Rio Negro, the winery began in 1909. Humberto Canale settled & helped develop the irrigation system in the area, between 1898 &1904. His vision led him to buy 200 hectares in this wild location and import the needed equipment to develop viticulture in the region. In 1912 vineyards were planted and by the mid-20th century its image was consolidated. By injecting professional know-how, he promoted investigation and creativity, allowing the world to see the special terroir that gave birth to different, very characteristic wines.


Brand Story

Humberto Canale’s name is intimately tied to the growth of Argentina & the industrial development of Patagonia after the construction of the railway connecting this remote land with the rest of the country. In the middle of an oasis in the High Valley of Rio Negro, the winery began in 1909. Humberto Canale settled & helped develop the irrigation system in the area, between 1898 &1904. His vision led him to buy 200 hectares in this wild location and import the needed equipment to develop viticulture in the region. In 1912 vineyards were planted and by the mid-20th century its image was consolidated. By injecting professional know-how, he promoted investigation and creativity, allowing the world to see the special terroir that gave birth to different, very characteristic wines.

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