"This award-winning wine is made from Malbec vines planted by an Italian family just before the First World War. Located more than 3,000 feet above sea level, it is situated in the region that produces the finest Malbec wines in Argentina. It has an elegant hint of plum and cherry with a smoothness that doubtless comes from having such a low yield from these old vines. Given that it is matured in French barrels there is also some oak, but overall, this is an elegant understated wine which has more in common with Bordeaux than its neighbouring siblings. A real bargain."