Incienso Malbec

Incienso transcends the normal conventions of wine to take a far more imaginative journey.

Our winemaker, also responsible for the Somewhere Else range, has crafted this rich, aromatic and emotive Malbec using a wealth of experience in producing exquisite wines from many regions of Argentina and beyond.

This wines come from the main valleys of the province of San Juan, at the foot of the Andes. But it’s not where the wine is from that’s important… it’s where it can take you!

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With an intense colour, the nose reveals red fruit notes, blueberries and plumb with delicate vanilla and chocolate aromas from its subtle oak. All together a straight forward expression of the varietal, harmonic on the palate, well structured, fruity and fresh, with balanced tannins and a very pleasant finish.

About the Producer

Las Invernadas

Located in the Tulum Valley Las Invernadas finds itself in a magic place at the foot of Los Andes, an inspiring quiet oasis surrounded by mountains. Tulum is main valley in the province of San Juan at 30 km from its main city of San Juan.

Founded in 2002 with the purchase of a 1950s winery it has a capacity of 50,000 hL with a cellar for wine storage in casks of French and American oak.

Owned by the Menin family, they have been working on recycling the buildings and incorporating the latest technology to optimise the winemaking process and output.

With four vineyards spread over the Valley, Las Invernadas has 258 ha in which to grow the best grapes of high quality varietals without recourse to any chemicals. The aspect of the vineyards means the grapes receives permanent sunlight; the light wind and abundant water that comes down from mountains combines with the stony ground to achieve a fruit forward crop leading to high quality, rounded wines.

Ricardo Roman is the Chief winemaker at Las Invernadas with over 15 years’ experience. His passion and experience helped transform the wines, where attention to detail in the winery and the tasting room has helped produce the quality, consistency and character that Las Invernadas is now renowned for.


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