Andillan Malbec

Andillan Malbec


  • The Andillan Malbec comes from vineyards located in Alto Agrelo, Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza.
  • Extremely popular, Argentinian Malbec. This wine tends to have mellower tannins than its French counterpart.
  • Originally from France, it is one of the original 5 “Bordeaux” grapes. It is scarcely planted in France anymore.
  • It has found an amazingly hospitable home in the mountains of Argentina from which some of the world’s best selling Malbecs are grown.

Varietal Composition: 100% Malbec

Elaboration: Raging and selection of clusters on the farm after choosing the best rows in the vineyard. Manual harvest in boxes of 15 kg. Pre-fermentation carbonic maceration for 5 days. Fermentation for 12 days of gentle tamping and pump-overs.

Tasting Notes: A red wine with an intense red color, with aromas of plum and strawberry, accompanied with notes of thyme. In the mouth it is agile and fluid, with refreshing acidity. but not extreme, and ripe tannins.



The Argentinian winery, La Coste de Los Andes, is an enterprise of the prestigious French winery Chateau La Coste. The vineyard is located in Los Chacayes, Valle de Uco, Mendoza at the foot of the Andes Mountains. Mendoza, in the Cuyo Wine Region, is home to 75% of Argentina’s vineyards.

The winery, which produces wine under the Andillian and other labels, is managed by winemaker Lucas Gimenez Bachiocchi and advisor Michel Rolland. A key to their philosophy is respect for the terroir through sustainable viticulture and preserving the environment of this unique wine region. This includes protecting the fertility and essence of the soils. Since 2014, the vineyards have been certified organic by Argencert.

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