With over 1500 acres of vineyards standing at 5500-6600 feet above sea level, Michel Torino is the most important winery in the Cafayate Valley of Argentina. Brothers Salvador and David Michel founded the winery in 1892, 22 years after discovering the Cafayate as an area suitable for fine wine production. The Cafayate Valley averages 330-340 sunny days per year, and has low humidity and a great thermal range, with evenly warm days (82 degrees) and cool nights (54 degrees). Irrigation is mandatory, as only 3-6 inches of rain fall per year. All of the Michel Torino wines are hand-harvested in the estate's own vineyards. Additionally, AndrÃƒÂ©s HÃƒÂ¶y, Torino's production manager, practices sustainable, environmentally- friendly farming by minimizing the use of fertilizers and chemicals in the vineyard. The unique Cafayete climate manifests itself in the elegant, focused profile of Michel Torino's wines. These are wines with an indelible sense of place, wines which complement food rather than overpower, wines which are true to their origin. Visit the Michel Torino website.
Michel Torino Don David Reserve Malbec 2015
The winemaker goal is to produce elegant and complex wines in the range. The first work is in the vineyards to obtain concentration and balance using vines older than 20 years. The harvest is manual, putting clusters in small 22kg boxes. In the winery the must is produced using just ... more
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