Like it’s little brother, this hugely impressive Malbec is nonetheless distinctly under-stated in every respect and thus achieves true greatness. The 14 months’ oak ageing, for example, takes place in very light toast French barrels and the influence on the wine is very delicate and cleverly interwoven.
It is really the quality of the fruit from these very old vines, the intensity of which shines through in the hands of winemaker Juan Manuel González, which forms the basis of this amazing yet humble, statement wine. Only 5,657 bottles produced and we feel quite privileged to have bagged a few hundred.
96 / 100, Tim Atkin Tasting 2020 Argentina Special Report (2017 vintage)
94 / 100, Tim Atkin, Top 10 Argentine Malbecs 2019 Report (2016 vintage)
96 / 100 Tim Atkin Argentina Special Report 2018, Best of Argentina (2015 vintage)
“I love the 2015 Malbec Viña 1924 for its purity and balance… the profile is fruit-driven and juicy, with succulent tannins and ripe fruit flavours in the finish.”
93 / 100, Luis Gutierrez, Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate March 2021 (2015 vintage)
94 / 100, Tim Atkin, Top 10 Argentine Malbecs 2017 Report (2014 vintage)
95 / 100, Decanter Magazine, Tim Atkin’s 12 Best Wines made from Old Vines of Latin America, August 2019 (2013 vintage)
95 / 100 Tim Atkin Argentina Special Report 2016 (2013 vintage)
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