Perdriel terroir and precision winemaking make this one of Argentina’s best Cabs.
Notes of cassis, red and black pepper, and spices. There are beautiful mineral notes and integrated oak characteristics such as vanilla, caramel, and smoke. The mature and soft tannins are round with a fresh acidity. Concentrated, balanced, and full-flavored, it displays both elegance and freshness.
Pairs well with grilled meats such as chicken, pork and beef. Try with sharp cheeses, wild mushrooms or grilled vegetables.
A complex and rich red with lots of pretty ripe fruit, walnut and wet earth. Full body, very velvety and pretty. Long and flavorful finish. Some reserve and poise here gives the wine integrity. Drink or hold.James Suckling May 2016
The 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon is sourced from their vineyard in Perdriel planted 18 years ago on deep lime and clay soils. The wine fermented in 8,000-liter stainless steel tanks with selected yeasts and matured in new and used French barriques for one year. It's focused and clean with juicy berry fruit, a notable absence of herbal aromas, with notes of plums and blackberries, and a touch of tobacco. The palate is round and soft, with polished tannins and a granular texture. I think this is ideal for food.The Wine Advocate December 2016
Bright medium ruby. Subtle, varietally accurate aromas of cassis, black plum, dark chocolate, crushed herbs, violet and pepper. Juicy, spicy and intense, showing excellent texture, depth and length for this challenging vintage. This ripe, savory, structured wine is less sweet but more classic than the Malbec. Finishes with firm tannic spine and a note of black olive on the long finish. Roberto de la Mota uses all Taransaud oak, about 30% new for this bottling. Serious wine for the price.Vinous March 2016
- Varietal Composition:
- 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
- Avg Elevation:
- 3445 feet
- Avg Age of Vines:
- 20 years
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