Dark ruby colour with purple reflections, an intense bouquet of tar, leather, graphite and mocha, rum soaked fruit, cherry compote,voluptuous on the palate, very sweet fruitiness, delicate, ripe tannins, slight acidity and a fanning out at the finish.
Aruma is an Argentinian red wine that was intended from the outset to access the burgundy wine class. And this became a reality. In cooperation with the Catena family, two red wines were brought to the baptismal font, Amancaya and Caro. Now, for the 10th anniversary of this partnership, a third wine joins the duo, a long awaited pure Malbec by the name of Aruma. In the Andean Indian language, the name means night to honour the characteristic Mendoza nights that are both light and dark.