Graffigna Centenario was created to honor the 100th Anniversary of the winery founded by Santiago Graffigna in 1870. His uncle, Don Juan Graffigna, had immigrated to Argentina from Italy in 1865, bringing with him years of wine expertise and excellent European vine varieties. As one of the oldest wineries in the region, Graffigna has become an Argentine landmark, delivering quality wines for over 135 years.
Graffigna Centenario Malbec exhibits complex notes of ripe blackberries, vanilla, and black pepper on both the nose and palate. Smooth, well-integrated tannins and a round, velvety palate, lead to a long, toasty finish with hints of coffee and vanilla. Half of the wine was aged in oak for twelve months, while the other half was not, resulting in ripe fruit flavors that are more refined than many other South American Malbecs.
Product of Argentina
Alcohol by Volume: 14%