For centuries, farmers made offerings in hope for a miracle – as Amalaya translates in the local language – for a bountiful harvest. It is located at 5,900 feet above sea level, in the Calchaquí Valley, northwest of Argentina. The region stands out as one of The Highest Vineyards In The World, characterized by its dry climate with no more than 150 mm annual rainfall, with significant thermal amplitude; rocky and sandy soil.
Radiant wine of deep and penetrating ruby color. Aromas exuding red fruits and berries with spicy notes, typical in the region, and soft vanilla notes given by the barrels. Intense, luxuriant and elegant in mouth with fruity and rounded tannins and a long and delicate after-taste.