Planted on rare found deposits of limestone in Mendoza, this Gualtallary Malbec rivals and may surpass the excellent 2014 and 2016 which were rated respectively 95 and 96 points by Luis Gutierrez of the Wine Advocate.
“It’s expressive, mineral and vertical, austere, like biting into chalk. It’s produced with grapes from a rented plot in a somewhat fashionable appellation that is quite large and diverse. The palate is super austere, dry, serious and mineral, while the nose is expressive and has the wilderness of the place with unusual elegance and freshness for a year like 2017. It finishes long and tasty, with some violets. Could this be their best Gualtallary to date?” – 96+ Luis Gutierrez, Wine Advocate