This Malbec has made Wine Spectator’s Top 100 List twice for a reason —it is quintessentially expressive of Mendoza and impossible to replicate.
Spice and black cherry cola aromas with notes of cocoa. The berry flavors pop on the palate from its depth and lively acidity, finishing with hints of espresso.
Pairs well with foods such as venison or wild game, steak, pork, quail, all types of lamb, and medium-strong cheeses.
A dark, dense color and bold berry aromas laced with tight-grained oak notes and related vanilla, spice and cinnamon accents are quite the draw. This full-flavored Malbec is medium in depth and driven by ripe fruit and wiry acidity. Blackberry, cassis and creamy, almost fatty oak flavors finish with medium length.Wine Enthusiast July 2020
A great range of aromas from flowers through smoke to elderberries, pull you into this powerful, structured yet graceful malbec in which the fine-grained tannins are already beautifully integrated, gently turning ever drier through the long, polished finish. Mostly from old vines in Altamira, plus some wine from higher-altitude vineyards.James Suckling February 2019
Bright ruby. Vibrant scents of dark berries, bitter chocolate and violet. Sweeter and a bit lusher than the Malbec Paraje Altamira even if it doesn't have quite that wine's underlying minerality, complexity or juicy lift. But the intense black fruit and bitter chocolate flavors are palate-saturating and satisfying. The pliant finish features substantial broad, lush tannins. (a blend of vineyards)Vinous September 2019
From 50-year-old vines in La Consulta and Gualtallary, high-altitude subregions of the Uco Valley, this needs air to get beyond its charred-oak notes. Then the fruit comes up, meeting the wood in warm roasted-plum-and-cherry flavors. It’s a friendly, mellow red for a winter evening.Wine & Spirits October 2019
- Varietal Composition:
- 100% Malbec
- Avg Elevation:
- 3500 feet
- Avg Age of Vines:
- 51 years
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