These grapes are from Perdriel, Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza, hand-picked from 100 year old vines and aged 7 months in French oak barrels creating a wine that is everything an Argentinian Malbec should be. Intense red with violet hues, aromas of plums and cherries. It tastes of delicious dark fruits including blackberry and plum with good body and sweet tannins. James Suckling awarded 92 points.
Food Pair: While this classic aged Malbec pairs with red meats and strong cheeses, it’s also perfect for roasted potatoes and peppers, shallots, cumin, sage and mushrooms. The wine maker swears his preference is lamb and stew. Basically anything hearty is a great match.