I’ve seen mixed reviews on this wine and must advise to properly aerate this bottle. Initially the nose is tight and the pallet a little too acidic. After about an hour though, the wine really opens up to scents of blackberry, raspberry, sweet tobacco and cocoa. On the pallet there is red plum, raspberry, blackberry, and vanilla with a medium plus body, medium alcohol, medium acidity. The wine is dry with a sharp dark chocolaty finish. Definitely not a pop and pour kind of wine despite its youth. If you have the time to spare the wine will pay dividends, both, in tasting experience and value.
PS This a high altitude wine; grapes grown at over a thousand meters above sea level in the Andean Slopes, and I’m tempted to correlate its initial tightness with it; however, there is no evidence to back it up my assumption. May be just a myth, but cheers to myths! — 19 days ago
Robust cherry flavor and smooth rounded finish — a month ago
Very good. — 8 days ago
Clear garnet red. Inviting nose and medium-bodied palate of black cherry cobbler and woodsy earth. Medium plus-ish acidity makes up for the next to no tannins. Argentina’s high altitude vineyards prove to be ideal for a uniquely Southern Hemisphere style that’s great as a casual sipper or with cheeses, but serves equally well as a meal accompaniment. Enjoy with pork, vegetarian dishes, lighter cuts of beef, or the classic salmon (I’m having Atlantic). Drink now or next year. — 17 days ago
Off the beaten track a Jura grape in Patagonia...so elegant and balanced...hugely impressed — a month ago
Rustic strawberries , cream and mint. Such a lovely wine. From the wine shop in Marlow. — 24 days ago
Drinks like a Cahors. Red fruit charcoal chocolate chewy tannins — a month ago