The wine is bright, with a profound dark red and violet edges. It is very fruity, with intense aromas of mulberry, cherry and ripe red fruit, with a touch of pepper, mocha and chocolate. The taste is fresh, fruity and meaty. The muscles of Malbec dominate the scene. The wine is velvety, full of ripe and round tannins. It is easy to drink, with a long and pleasant finish.
Amalaya is an exquisite representation of the unique weather and soil conditions in Argentina's Northern Calchaqui Valley that also honors the heritage of the indigenous Calchaqui people. The name Amalaya is rooted in the beliefs of the Calchaqui to keep the gods of nature happy and to strive for an equilibrium of forces to assure sustainability over time. The most worshiped goddess is “Pachamama,” or "Mother Earth," who presides over planting and harvesting. The Calchaqui... View More