Despite having French roots in Bordeaux, Malbec is now most famous in Mendoza in Argentina, where it produces deep, full bodied wines.
Deep and vibrant Malbec. Lush and layered on the palate, with well-integrated oak and plenty of fine tannins.
Typical of Malbec the wine has flavours of plums, cherries, blackcurrant, violet with just a hint of chocolate on the silky finish.
Aromas of black cherry and bramble fruit, along with hints of anise and prune. The palate is bold and robust, framing juicy fruit with peppery tannins. Drink with chargrilled pork ribs.
Rich yet well balanced with a refreshing acidity that stops the sweet fruit flavour from cloying. Best with a rare steak.