Discover the difference between Malbec and Côt!

Exclusive tasting experience at Piedra Negra in Mendoza, Argentina

Introduced to Argentina by French agricultural engineer Michel Pouget in 1868, Malbec is now widely planted in Argentina producing a softer, less tannic-driven variety than the wines made with the Côt variety in Cahors, France. Come and see for yourself!

Theme
Visits & Tastings
Duration
From 1 to 3 hours
Groups
Yes

PROGRAM

  • Arrival and welcome
  • Walk through the vineyard and visit of the most representative places of the Bodega
  • Visit of the Bodega: reception, harvest, fermentation and barrel cellar
  • Discovery of 4 different Malbecs
  • Tasting of the famous French Côt, 50% of which is present in our winery
    • Malbec Reserve
    • Malbec Excelencia
    • L'Esprit de Chacayes
    • Piedra Negra Gran Malbec

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