Malbec has found an amazingly hospitable home in the mountains of Argentina from which some of the world's best selling Malbecs are grown.
Starkly different from French versions in structure and flavour, Malbec is a good investment for collectors, as the wine can age for several years before drinking. This wine also pairs very well with any savoury red meat dishes, particularly ones that include spice.
93 Points James Suckling ... From Salta, this Malbec shows a lovely smokey and bark like note, which works very well with the bramble berries and underbrush. Full-bodied with nice chewy tannins that remain tightly wound. Vibrant and fruity at the same time. Drink now!