Argentina is South America's most important wine producer, at least in terms of quantity. The quality of wines produced in Argentina has improved dramatically in the last 20 years. Argentina is now famous around the world for their intensely flavored, full bodied reds.
This wine received 91 points in May 2011 during the Ultimate Wine Challenge in NYC. It is an old school Malbec with cedar and plum dominating the palate. A tremendous bargain.
A great example of Malbec. Deep and bright red-violet colors. A fine and elegant nose with lush red fruit and spices. Rich dark cherry flavors with hints of quince make this wine immensely attractive to taste.
Estate fruit hand picked and aged in French oak for 12 months. This southern Mendoza Cabernet Sauvignon is a true expression of the Uco Valley terroir.
Floral Scents, roses, jasmines and orange skins. Orchard fruits. Peach flavours with fresh and floral notes carried through to palate. Bitter lemon pith finish typical of Torrontes with an easygoing acidity.
Displaying expressive plum jam, raisin and pipe tobacco aromas, with toasty vanilla notes, the wine has balanced, spicy dark fruits and cassis, almond and nutty notes on the long finish.
This deep ruby red has so much to offer. It is dark and concentrated - surrounded with an almost creamy chocolate - yet it drinks like silk. Complex and sophisticated, this bottle is beautiful. (Malbec, Cab, Merlot)
Shows a saturated dark violet color; the nose offers cassis, mocha and clove. Combines density and sweetness on the one hand, with gripping, lightly saline flavors of tobacco, dark berries, spices and minerals.
Crafted by up and coming winemaker Ernesto Catena, son and protege of Nicolas Catena. A full-bodied expression of old vine Malbec and Bonarda.