Since setting foot in the old vineyards of Argentina, Bordeaux’s Hervé Fabre has been a pioneering champion of Malbec. This is one of his finest reds, using grapes from 80-year-old vines and aged for a year in French oak. Sumptuous and ageworthy.
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Rich raspberry and damson fruit, smooth tannins and spicy complexity
Wild red fruits, blackberry with liquorice and floral violet hints
Hervé Fabre is a hero of both Malbec and Argentina. He left his native Bordeaux in the early 1990s in search of new and exciting wine territory in which to invest. He was heading for Chile but was side-tracked by old Malbec vineyards in Argentina and never left. Hervé now runs one of the leading estates in Mendoza, and has won a string of national and international Golds and Trophies as well as 90+ scores from critics. This dense, velvety red is made from the hand-picked fruit of 80-year-old vines in Mendoza, a region with “the terroir to produce not just good but truly great Malbec” (Decanter). Matured for a year in fine French oak, it’s a complex, elegant style, that will age. For now, decant early and serve with a fine cut of beef.
"From this Bordeaux-born winemaker, a stand-out, ageworthy Malbec. Decant to allow it to open out"
Jehan Secaze Buyer for Argentina
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