Dark, thick and treacle – like aromas, with violets and Lavender. Rich and soft in the mouth. Very harmonious finish.
This is from an old vineyard in Altamira that escaped being pulled up for tomatoes in the 1970’s. Made with a touch of oak, this wine has elegance and class.
A deeply masculine wine with a lively and refreshing acidity and a charming bouquet of plums, violet and spices
Dark, deep, smooth, vegetal, black fruits, profound, and ridiculously easy to drink. Intense and unique.
Made by Phil Crozier and legendary Bordeaux winemaker Herve Fabre Joyaux, of Fabre Montmayou.
More European style Malbec, with a lot of minerality and a touch of gunpowder. Old school but beautifully balanced.
Soft and ripe tannins, but with a lovely purity of fruit. The acidity and ﬁrm tannins from Gualtallary, with soft and rich black fruits from Maipú. Elegant old school at its best.
Big and full bodied, with almond and tobacco notes on the nose, silky soft tannin in the mouth with plum and mulberry fruits, framed with new French oak on the ﬁnish.
A rich, full mouth feel and a cornucopia of tropical fruits balanced with herbal notes and good acidity.
Rich and ripe on the nose, with fresh black cherry and clove, with black pepper spice.