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Estate Malbec 2021
91 Points
Wine Advocate
March 21, 2023

The 2021 Estate Malbec was produced with grapes from Valle de Uco (Campo de los Andes), and half of the wine matured in lightly toasted French oak barrels for one year. It’s fruit-driven, with integrated oak that gives it a spicy twist and varietal aromas and flavors. It’s sleek and polished, easy to drink.

– Luis Gutierrez
Alta Vista
Estate Malbec 2022
90 Points
jamessuckling.com
March 6, 2023

A fruity malbec with some coffee and spices. Juicy and slightly chewy on the palate with a tight, medium-length finish. Drink now.

– James Suckling
Alta Vista
Estate Malbec 2020
89 Points
Ken's Wine Guide.com
January 3, 2023

It opens with a black raspberry and pomegranate bouquet with hints of musty earth. On the palate, this wine is medium plus bodied with plus acidity. The mouthfeel is round, rich and savory. The flavor profile is an extracted blackberry and black olive blend with notes of pomegranate, oak, and black licorice. I also detected hints of black pepper and spiced black plum. The finish is dry, and its concentrated flavors linger and last for a while.

– Ken Hoggins
Alta Vista
Estate Malbec 2019
90.3 Points
Ken's Wine Guide.com
October 7, 2022

This ruby colored Malbec opens with a pomegranate and smoky oak bouquet with a hint of cranberry. On the palate, this wine is medium bodied with integrated medium plus acidity. The mouthfeel is fresh, young, and straightforward. The flavor profile is a smoky oak and slightly tart black plum blend with notes of rhubarb and stony minerality. We also detected some hints of mocha and pomegranate. The finish is dry, and its flavors, acidity and fine tannins linger nicely. This Malbec would pair well with a tangy pulled pork sandwich or with barbecue beef brisket. Enjoy

– Ken Hoggins
Alta Vista
Estate Malbec 2020
92 Points
jamessuckling.com
March 24, 2022

Perfumed nose of raspberries, purple plums, hibiscus, licorice and chocolate strawberries. It’s medium-bodied with fresh acidity and juicy, round tannins.

– James Suckling
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