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Alesandro Speri Alesandro Speri Winery
Category:Red
Region:Mendoza City:Mendoza
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Prodigo (Prodigal t.n.) is the name of wine that I produce and symbolize my history, malbec and Argentina at the same time. It symbolizes my history if compare to my family and its long tradition on producing fine wines in Italy. Certainly malbec is a risk: a variety of grape for red wines still unknown to massive market but of very great potential. Finally the challenge which Argentina represents on producing distinguished wines for international quality wine market.
This wine is made with grapes carefully hand-picked from our selection of vineyards. Once the maceration of grapes is accomplished at the right temperature the wine is passed to small French oak barrels where, after aging for six to fifteen months, it achieves perfection supporting a delicate scent of cherry and plum. A sampling testifies to its varietal charm, fine texture, good complexity, and a long pleasant finish.

Mendoza lies at the feet of the highest peak of the Andes cordillera: the Aconcagua mountain (6.962 meters above sea level). The Andes mountains, as well as a charming scenery, contribute to create the dry and extremely sunny climate of the Cuyo region. Ultra-centenarian vineyards (ungrafted) cultivated among 600 and 1.400 mts.u.sl. are the clearest evidence of these excellent vegetative growth conditions. Especially in the Uco valley and the area around Lujan, the thermal variation between day and night is ideal for the malbec vines: long uncloudy days reaching 34º-38º deg C° yield to very fresh nights of 15º-18º deg C° in summer. Experts agree that malbec is the vine variety most adapted in Mendoza. It was introduced here during the predominantly migration flow at the end of the nineteenth century. Malbec reaches its phenolic maturity at the end of March and the first days of April.

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