Mostly Malbec with a dose of Bonarda and Syrah, this little gem fits between the Malbec Reserve and Golden Reserve of which I am very fond of. Deftly made with subtle oak, there is a serious tannic compound to this wine which will hold it together in the cellar for years to come. Dark purple in the glass with very interesting blueberry notes and some mintiness on the nose. On the palate is where the blueberry driven Malbec mixes it up with the red fruits of the Bonarda and Syrah. I’m not sure where the tannins are derived from, but they just wont quit. I was licking my lips forever after each sip, the mouth puckering was amazing, in a good way. The acidity was bright and balanced in this wine. It finished with a plumminess that was somewhat jamlike, which I enjoyed. 89 points in my book and a 5 star wine for the price. This winery keeps on delivering the goods, a must have for the cellar to be enjoyed for the next 7 years. Salut!