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  1. Altocedro La Consula Select 2013

    Altocedro La Consula Select 2013

    90 points James Suckling - A fine expression of Mendoza's highest altitude region, the Valle de Uco. This wine is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Tempranillo and Syrah. Rich red berry flavors accented by herbs and bouyant acidity, leading to a cherry scented finish. Learn More
    $18.98
  2. Bodega Aleanna 'El Enemigo' Cabernet Franc, Mendoza, Argentina 2015
  3. Bodega Norton Privada Red, Lujan de Cuyo 2014

    Bodega Norton Privada Red, Lujan de Cuyo 2014

    93 points James Suckling - Bright medium ruby. Highly complex scents of blackberry, blueberry, violet, Tellicherry pepper, resiny herbs, menthol and sexy oak. Dense, savory and bright, offering terrific saline energy to its redcurrant, spice and pepper flavors. Distinctly less black in the mouth than on the nose and showing excellent lift. This wonderfully spicy, savory, fine-grained wine finishes with refined, perfectly buffered tannins and terrific mounting saline persistence. A very sophisticated blend that’s about much more than merely fruit. Learn More
    $21.98
  4. Bodegas Caro Caro, Valle de Uco 2013

    Bodegas Caro Caro, Valle de Uco 2013

    94 points Wine Enthusiast - With touches of smoke, char, herbs and rooty black-fruit notes, the nose on this blend of 75% Malbec and 25% Cabernet Sauvignon is immensely inviting. Flavors of coffee, baking spices, blackberry, herbs and mocha finish toasty and impressive. Overall, this is a superb Mendoza wine; drink through 2024. Learn More
    $54.98
  5. Casa Lapostolle 'Le Petit Clos Apalta', Apalta Valley 2015
  6. Casa Lapostolle Clos Apalta 2013
  7. Casa Lapostolle Clos Apalta, Colchagua Valley, Chile 2014
  8. Concha y Toro 'Terrunyo' Block 27 Peumo Vineyard Carmenere, Cachapoal Valley 2015
  9. De Martino Single Vineyard 'Las Cruces' Old Vines Field Blend 2013

    De Martino Single Vineyard 'Las Cruces' Old Vines Field Blend 2013

    The Cachapoal example from the single vineyard range is the 2013 Old Bush Vines Las Cruces; this is sourced from a 2.8-hectare plot planted with a Malbec-dominated field blend with some 25% Carménère in 1957. The soils are alluvial terraces south of the Cachapoal river on a Mediterranean climate zone, where they still manage to dry farm the vineyard. They obtained very low yields in 2013 (around 50% of the average). 2013 is the first vintage when they have had full control of the grapes, as they finally purchased the vineyards from the previous owner, so they feel that all of that has had an e ect in getting much more precise fruit. That and that the vintage was fresh and almost perfect for the style they are looking for, and it displays all those textbook violet aromas mixed with something earthy, a little leafy, somehow austere but elegant and really defined. The palate is really compact with great balance between acidity, ultra-refined tannins and a level of sophistication that is really impressive. As with the rest of the range, fermentation is natural and the élevage is in 5,000-liter oak foudres. 6,600 bottles were produced. Learn More
    $36.98
  10. Filus MCC Limited Edition Blend, Uco Valley 2012

    Filus MCC Limited Edition Blend, Uco Valley 2012

    91 points Wine Enthusiast - Earthy, leafy plum and berry aromas hint at compost. This is fresh, juicy and bright on the tongue, with berry and cassis flavors that are peppery and herbal. A thorough, lasting finish is mellow as it displays absorbed, smooth tannins. Drink through 2022. Learn More
    $43.98

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