After eight months in French oak and six months in stainless steel, this assemblage of 70% Malbec, 20% Bonarda, and 10% Syrah from Luján de Cuyo, Maipú, and Tupungato ages an additional five months in bottle. The resulting wine is generous, vibrant, and savory, with expressive and inviting aromas of game, coffee beans, and blue flowers. Grainy tannins are flavored by café mocha with a kiss of oak. Structure, elegance, and grace are all embedded in the blend, with grilled, meaty notes appearing on the mid-palate and finely balanced acidity ensuring strong pairing potential.
92 points, Meridith May, Tasting Panel (Mar 2020)
The red blend 2017 Amado Sur is 70% Malbec, 20% Bonarda and 10% Syrah, a fruit-driven and juicy blend with aromas of black fruit and herbs that mixes fruit from Valle de Uco and Luján de Cuyo. It's a wine with high drinkability, with a round palate, but it's lighter and fresher than in the past. It's simply delicious. 400,000 bottles produced.
90 points, Luis Gutiérrez, Wine Advocate (Issue # 245 - Oct 2019)