HOW DO WE PRODUCE
Malamado is a fortified wine made by stopping the fermentation process at a point which produces a sweet, and high-alcohol wine.
A fortified wine is obtained once fermentation is stopped and grape alcohol is added, a process known as “fortification.” According to winemaker’s choice, these wines will be very sweet if fortified soon after fermentation has begun, but less sweet if fortified at the end of it. Either case, the result is a wine with high alcohol content.
This type of fortification dates back to the XVI and XVII centuries when it was used to preserve wine so that it remained fresh during long journeys from European producers to customers.
A fortified wine is made by stopping the fermentation process to add wine alcohol, resulting in a sweet, and high-alcohol wine.
The wines will be very sweet if fortified soon after fermentation has started, but less sweet if fortified at the end.
Malamado was born from our constant desire to innovate. After returning from a trip to Portugal, our winemakers were convinced that they could develop a wine that was similar to Porto, but which would reflect the Argentine character.
Malamado is Argentina's first brand of and continues to be a benchmark and a groundbreaking leader in the sector.