A well balanced, spicy and subtly smoky Argentinian Malbec from the high altitude Salta region, described by Decanter magazine as ""a gem in the world of winemaking."
In Chile it is the 3rd most widely planted grape after Pais and Cabernet Sauvignon and tends to produce firmer, more tannic wines than its Argentinian neighbours.
Previous vintages have scored 92 points from Decanter Magazine.
Tasting Note: Bright and deep purple colour. Aromas of black fruits, reminiscent of fresh plums mixed with graphite notes. On the palate, the wine is balanced and energetic, with sweet and round tannins and long finish.
The 2016 gained huge praise having been awarded 100 points by Luis Gutierrez (Wine Advocate / Robertparker.com) and the 2017 has also been scored very highly getting 98 points, the top score from Luis for any wine coming from that vintage in Argentina.
Flagship Wine of an internationally Renowned Estate. Red-coloured wine with noble garnet reflections.
In the bouquet, a feeling of fruity hints, accompanied by notes of tobacco and spices. In the mouth it’s aristocratic and elegant, of perfect harmony. Accompanies in superb way red meat, noble poultry and game.