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  1. Catena Zapata Adrianna Vineyard Fortuna Terrae Malbec 2012

    Catena Zapata Adrianna Vineyard Fortuna Terrae Malbec 2012

    100 points James Suckling - Incredible purity of malbec and clarity. So much wild-flower and stone character. Full body, firm, and silky tannins and an incredible depth and precision. Tangy acidity. Ethereal and dream-making; this is the La Tache of Argentina. A definition for Malbec. Learn More
    $199.98
  2. Catena Zapata Malbec Adrianna Vineyard "River Stones" 2012

    Catena Zapata Malbec Adrianna Vineyard "River Stones" 2012

    94 Points James Suckling - "Bright and fresh fruit with raspberry and blueberry character. Stone and concrete undertones. Full body, firm tannins and a tangy finish. Lemon undertones. From grapes grown in Gualtallary. Delicate finish. Drink or hold." Learn More
    $149.98
  3. Familia Zuccardi 'Finca Piedra Infinita', Altamira 2013

    Familia Zuccardi 'Finca Piedra Infinita', Altamira 2013

    97 points Wine Advocate - If the 2012 was impressive, the 2013 Finca Piedra Infinita is otherworldy! This comes form one very specific plot of 10-year-old vines planted at 7,000 plants per hectare in a section that was never planted in Altamira, a difficult section, with a very stony soils. Being virgin soils the roots go down very quickly and deep. This is also the chalkier part of Altamira. There is high finesse here, pure, with more tension than in 2012. The nose is subtle, with the violets and the blueberries but also an herbal part, a vegetal side of aromatic herbs and also some subtle minerality. This is more restrained than exuberant. The finish is mineral, tasty and to the point of being almost salty, with tannins that remind you of pure chalk. The soil sensation here is greater than in the Aluvional Altamira and that’s the main difference between the wines. This certainly goes beyond Malbec. They produced some 2,500 liters of wine here, so around 3,000 bottles were filled..Luis Guti?rrez, August/2015

    96 points James Suckling - Subtle and complex with tile, dried flower and dark fruit aromas. Full body, very fine tannins and a fresh fruity finish. Lightly austere in a fantastic way. Bitter orange peel. A selection of the best parts of this vineyard. Drink now or hold. 350 cases made..May/2016 Learn More
    $109.98
  4. Vina Cobos Volturno Cabernet Sauvignon Perdriel, Argentina 2012

    Vina Cobos Volturno Cabernet Sauvignon Perdriel, Argentina 2012

    The 2012 Cobos Volturno Marchiori Vineyard is mostly Cabernet with a small amount of Malbec (around 3%) form the Marchiori vineyards in Perdriel. The vines are old, but the Cabernet is around 25 years old compared with the Malbec which is close to 80. The wine fermented in stainless steel and matured in 100% new French oak barrels. Very balsamic and ripe, it mixes notes of blackcurrants and camphor, some aromatic herbs and a touch of smoke and sweet spices. It's heady and it finished a little warm. This is definitively a ripe, big Cabernet-based blend. 4,572 bottles produced. Learn More
    $199.98
  5. Vina Cobos Volturno, Mendoza 2010

    Vina Cobos Volturno, Mendoza 2010

    Rich yet silky, this modern red balances cassis and macerated plum notes on a full, cream-tinged frame. The finish turns out hints of husky spice, ash and almond skin. Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. Learn More
    $199.98

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