Iris Doble Malbec
The wine is bright and has a dark red colour with intense garnet shades. On the nose there are complex aromas of peppermint with backgrounds of tobacco and vanilla. On the palate there is plenty of ripe black fruit and a wonderful velvety structure. (Tim Atkin 90pts)
Own estate grapes come from Agrelo Luján de Cuyo, a small district located in the "first zone" of production in Argentina. Over 50 hectars, plus vineyards in Ugarteche and Uco Valley makes Bodega Staphyle a Premium producer in Argentina. A 1 million Ltr capacity winery with a mix of old concrete pools and stainless steel tanks of 15,000 Ltrs complete the facilities.
Rich & Complex
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Tastes & Tones
Mendoza Province is Argentina's most important wine region, accounting for nearly two-thirds of the country's entire wine production. Located in the eastern foothills of the Andes, in the shadow of Aconcagua, vineyards are planted at some of the highest altitudes in the world, with the average site located 600–1,100 metres (2,000–3,600 ft) above sea level.