This beautifully balanced and juicy Malbec comes from high in the Uco Valley, specifically the district of Tunuyán, and was made from vines planted in 2000. We love this wine's crunchy red and black fruits such as raspberry and dried blackberry, not to mention subtle notes of mint and vanilla in the substantial finish.
Woody aromas of sawdust blend into berry, graphite and wet shale scents. With that much outsize upfront oak, it's no shock that this feels resiny and grabby. Woody savory black-fruit flavors are dry on a rubbing tannic finish.