(Google Translation) The Enemy Malbec is a wine of great structure and concentration, a cut that inspires and remember the good times of the past and brings historical and craft aspects of growing strains and winemaking. It is a varietal of 89% Malbec, Petit Verdot 5% 6% Cabernet Franc, made Gualtallary vineyards, planted at an altitude of 1470 meters above sea level. It is aged for 15 months in French oak barrels of second and third use. Bodega Aleanna consists of two romantics, an oenologist (Alejandro Vigil) and a historian (Adrianna Catena) which were immersed in time to evoke an era when European immigrants, newcomers to Argentina, struggled to produce such fine wines as those from their homelands. By 1936, Malbec and Petit Verdot were the most planted vines in Argentina and cutting both was considered the best in terms of elegance and guard potential. The winery is located in Mendoza foothills south of the Cordillera de los Andes. Their wine 'The Enemy' symbolizes the battle of man against himself, the original enemy, the battle that defined each of the owners of this winery.