Intense red color with purple hues.
Expressive in the nose, ripe black fruit, violets, spices and snuff.
Large amplitude in the mouth, fleshy and persistent finish. - Winery
Total acidity: 5.47
A malbec with purity and structure with a linear backbone giving the wine form and tension. Full body, blue fruits and a lively finish. Fine tannins. Drink now or better in 2018. Made from 83-year-old vines. Barrel fermented. Real Argentine malbec. - James Suckling 91 Points
This has a silky mouthfeel, with rich, plush flavors of boysenberry, dark currant and black olive that carry plenty of creamy accents. Features dark chocolate and Asian spice details on the finely textured finish. Drink now through 2020. 125,000 cases imported. -KM Rated #74 in Wine Spectator’s 2016 Top 100 - Wine Spectator Magazine 90 Points
The 50/50 blend of grapes from Valle de Uco and Lujan de Cuyo 2014 Reserva Malbec was very impressive for the price tag it wears. For winemaker David Bonomi, 2014 was cooler than 2013, and they have lowered the effect of the oak and used well-seasoned oak barrels. It has good concentration and ripeness without excess, and a soft, juicy and chewy palate, with good consistency. It’s lively and fresher than what it was in the past, thanks to the fruit from the Valle de Uco. This is the winery’s flagship and bestselling wine. Production figures for this wine are mind-boggling, they produce around 1.8 million bottles of it. - Robert Parker 90 Points
Bright ruby-red. Rather tight aromas of black raspberry, blackberry, mocha and spices. Then a bit sweeter and more intense than the Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve but still in a rather polite, savory style. Finishes with a smooth dusting of tannins and subtle length. This wine has the energy for mid-term aging. - Vinous Media 89 Points