Antucura Barrandica Malbec: The Malbec grapes that make this wonderfully fresh and fruity wine are from a vineyard in the Vista Flores area of the Uco Valley. Natural thinning on the vines leads to the fruit achieving an excellent balance of sugars and acidity. James Suckling awarded this wine 93 points.


Accuro Malbec: A third of the wine was aged in oak barrels for 14 months and the remainder in steel tanks. With only a third aged in oak the fruit flavours of the Malbec stay intact with a background hint of vanilla.


Tempus Alba Merlot: The grapes were picked in early March and went straight from fermentation in stainless steel tanks to the bottle. Renowned winemaker, José Luis Biondolillo, took the bold step of not ageing this Merlot in oak so as to preserve the grapes’ natural flavours and intense fruitiness.


These wines are suitable for vegans. 

Three Great Wines