This young Malbec was grown at 1,100 metres and aged in French oak barrels for just three months so it has a little structure, but the sheer purity and exuberance of the fruit far outweighs any tannin at this point.
Rather appealing tobacco leaf and savoury oak hints on the nose.
Really lively and vigorous with good balance. Very juicy and nicely velvety but not too rich, it admirably avoids excessive sweetness. This wine is billed as 14.5% alcohol but doesn’t taste that potent.