The fine complexity contributed by oak blends seamlessly with the notes of cherry and plum that so typically characterise Malbec. Intensely flavoured and mouth-filling, it offers a pleasant finish of round, smooth tannins.
This is a real mix of New World meeting Old World. The winemaker Gonzalo Abadia has taken these two classic grapes and blended them into a wine with young, fresh dark and red berries with a tumble of spice and ever-so slight hints of violets; all held together by a good acidity and tannins which don’t overpower. Great with a midweek winter beef stew when your toes are cold.
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