A brambly nose leads to a soft, juicy and round palate with redcurrants, blackcurrants and plums. Soft tannins and a nice thread of acidity make this a lovely everyday Malbec.
Mapuche Indians were the original inhabitants of Mendoza. In their language ‘kaleu’ is a guardian bird representing the reincarnated soul of their ancestors. Kaleu wines are produced by Bodega Los Haroldos, owned by ‘Familia Falasco’ who have over 70 years’ experience producing fine wines.
This 100% Malbec is from the UCO valley in Mendoza. The annual temperature
here is between 14° & 15°C and the locations of the vineyards vary from 900 to 1500 meters above sea level. The Soils here are shallow, alluvial with gravel and boulders along with steep slopes.
Pairs well with beef, lamb, and poultry dishes.