The approachable and affordable 2018 Uco Valley Malbec is juicy and fruit driven, with round tannins and integrated acidity. It mixes grapes from Los Árboles and Los Chacayes in the Valle de Uco and fermented with indigenous yeasts with a soft vinification. It was bottled after six months in used barriques. This Malbec is really attractive, aromatic and pleasant with even a minty touch. 96,000 bottles produced.
90 points, Luis Gutiérrez, Wine Advocate (Issue # 245 - Oct 2019)
Lively and juicy, with peppery hints to the lively raspberry and plum flavors that are backed by fresh acidity. An interesting hint of dried beef emerges midpalate, followed by a minerally finish. Drink now through 2023. 10,000 cases made, 6,100 cases imported.
90 points, Kim Marcus, Wine Spectator (Mar 2020)
Sweetly fragrant aromas of wild raspberries, bracken and mulberries lead to a palate that has quite an assertive and juicy array of plush, juicy red-plum flavor. Drink or hold.
90 points, James Suckling (Mar 2019)