Exclusively Malbec … Exceptionally Exquisite
A black Bordeaux grape that thrives in Argentina. If you think you know Malbec because you’ve tasted the French original, you’re wrong! The best-crafted Argentine Malbecs enjoy similar flavor to those made in Europe, but with softer, lusher structure.
Successful Argentine Malbec growers know that, in order to develop full maturity and distinction, Malbec needs "hang time" even after sugar levels indicate ripeness. Otherwise, immature Malbec can be very "green" tasting, without its characteristic notes of plum and anise.
Another difference: where French examples are usually considered short-lived, Argentine Malbecs age well.