Agustín Lanús having worked in wineries in many of the key regions of the world, in 2006 he turned his attention to the specific goal of learning more about the unique micro-terroirs found at the extreme altitudes of the Salta region. These terroirs, ranging from 1,650 to 3,100 metres above sea level and include the highest vineyards in the world. By contrast, the highest commercial vineyards in Europe are found at 1,300 metres
Since then he has the Agustin Lanus portfolio of high and extreme altitude wines, a body of work shaped by a passion for creating extraordinary wines by extending the range of what’s possible.
Bad Brothers resulted from a chance meeting between Agustin and international entrepreneur David Galland In 2014 and decided to form a collaboration to make fine wines from carefully selected high altitude terroirs (1,500-2,000masl) of Cafayate Valley, Argentina.
Vineyards & Winemaking – Blend: 61% Malbec, 20%Tannat & 19% Cabernet Sauvignon – a blend that brings together the fruitiness and smoothness of Malbec, the volume and structure of Tannat and the elegance of Cabernet
Stainless steel fermentation and no oak ageing..
Tasting Note – Pure unadulterated long rich and smooth fruits. Amazing depth considering there’s no oak ageing, a great fruit, great mouthful!