Find a comfortable seat, brace yourselves, this is a monster! How to explain the beguiling, aromatic miasma of fresh fish blood, vanilla pod, black cherries and violets. This wine is an anomaly in the Benegas-Lynch range because it is not aged for 5 years in bottle before release. Winemaker Federico Benegas expresses in full the youthful generosity, the vibrancy and unbridled power of these vines, grown at Finca La Encerrada in Gualtallary, Uco Valley. 18 months in new French oak and 12 months in bottle make this muscular hunk alarmingly approachable.
"Flamboyant aromas of blackberry, tar and hot stones. Full body, tight and balanced. Fresh and clean. Drink now."
93 / 100 James Suckling (2013 vintage)
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