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||93 Pts Stephen Tanzer - Vinous Media||Size:||1.5L
||Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot
93 Pts Stephen Tanzer - Vinous Media
Bright ruby-red; more saturated than the 2014 version. Sexy burnished dark-chocolate oak complements aromas of dark berries, licorice pastille and fresh herbs. A superb balance of sweetness and harmonious acidity gives shape and definition to the rich, dense but restrained flavors of dark berries, bitter chocolate and licorice. A richer, deeper and perhaps even more youthful version of the 2014. Finishes with serious tannins but also plush and smooth, with licorice and bitter chocolate flavors coating the molars. Like the 2014, there's a slight warmth here but this wine has even more buffering material and length.
This is the top wine form one of the oldest producers in all of Mendoza. Italian Team Sebastiano Accorra and Nazzarreno Savina left Italy in 1908 to bring European influence to Argentina. They quickly settles into the vast open land and planted vines. They were able to grow some of the best grapes in the region, and still do to this day!