Made from extremely old bush vines, (150 years old+) by eccentric Chilean winemaker Juan José Ledesma. For years these untouched gnarly Malbec vines were hidden in and mixed with the indigenous Pais grapes.
Between putting music speakers inside his fermenting oak barrels and making unorthodox blends, Terroir Sonoro also champion old vines and low intervention viticulture.
Small scale production, this characterful wine has wonderful, wild aromas of the forest mixed with plum and black fruits. The palate is rich and dark with notes of cherries, violets and underlying spice from having spent 6 months in French oak. Lovely fine tannins.