From famed Argentinian winemaker Anonio Mas comes this 50:50 blend of Malbec: Cab Sauvignon. Vinified and aged separately in oak before being blended after a year, this wine has complexity, power and persistence. Super.
Excellent barrel-fermented and aged (4 months) Chardonnay. Warm days and cold nights result in excellent acidity, ripeness and complexity, with tropical fruits dominating. A long lingering finish with banana, pear drop and a touch of mint.
Deep red colour with aromas of red fruits such as strawberries and plums. Hints of vanilla and white pepper. Fresh and well balanced, with smooth tannins making this ideal for drinking with or without food..
Rich and fruity Malbec with ripe black fruits, liquorice and violets. 6 months ageing in French oak adds complexity and lovely, fine-grained tannins. A good, long finish with just a touch of mint to make it even more refreshing and elegant.
Rich and fruity Malbec with ripe black fruits, liquorice and violets. 6 months ageing in French oak adds complexity and lovely, fine-grained tannins. A good, long finish with just a touch of mint to make it even more refreshing and elegant. (In Magnum!)
Now on their 5th release of this varietal, it keeps on geeting better (95pts - Tim Atkins). Lovely spice and blackcurrent from the ripe and sweet fruit, this is a very elegant Cab Franc that will delight fans of this grape.
The flagship wine of what is considered by many to be one of First Growths of Argentina. An almost equal blend of Malbec and the 2 Cabernets, with the cabernets adding rigour and perfume to the elegant fruit of the blend.
Deep red in color, with aromas of red fruits, toasted nuts and coffee brought out from the aging in French oak. Persistent on the palate with sweet tannins, and a soft, rounded mouthfeel. Unfiltered and unfined to retain all the flavour.
Aged for 2 years in used french oak. Very perfumed fruit of cassis, liquorice, black fruits, violets, roses, spice and graphite. Velvety with elegant round tannins. Robust, ripe black fruits and lots of spice. Lovely concentration and complexity.