Very forward with ripe tropical peach and a rich (but not over-powering) use of toasty oak make this a wonderfully full style of Fuissé. Length on the finish is long and harmonious.
Put simply, Catena Zapata put premium Malbec on the map. Run by Nicolás Catena, who was the first South American to win 'Decanter Man of the Year', its high altitude wines are famed for their finesse.
Intense aromatics of melon, peach and papaya are accompanied by hints of tomato leaf and capsicum. The palate is crisp but mouth-filling, a small portion of the wine having been oak fermented.
A nose of ripe citrus, fresh peach, subtle sweet spice and hints of minerals, this is followed by gentle hazelnut aromas, lemons and limes, hints of vanilla and butter on the palate.
Aromatically rich and complex, with notes of coffee, cocoa and cola against a backdrop of mulberry and plum fruit. Immense and mouth-coating, with lashings of soft, rounded tannins.
Showing great complexity with notes of roasted coffee, spice, plum and strawberry. Powerful in the mouth with fleshy fruit and nuances of toasty, well-integrated oak leading to a balanced finish.
A lovely mix of red and black berry fruits with complexity from oak spice. Cracking, complex wine. Enjoy with pork loin and peach chutney or rabbit casserole.
Displaying subtle fragrances of honeysuckle, powerful passion fruit and goosebery flavours on the nose, which develop into blackcurrant leaf, lime and ripe nettles on the palate.