Grape varieties, Malbec 66%, Cabernet Sauvignon 26% and Petit Verdot 8%, with 18 months in new French Oak.
Red ruby colour with violet highlights. A complex and elegant nose with notes of tobacco and white pepper followed by some notes of ripe yellow fruits such as apricot, peach, black fig and quince jam. A very balanced character between acidity and the dense silkiness of the tannins impacts on the elegant finish of this Grand Cru.
Rich and intense this wine is a great match for Beef and Venison dishes.
"Fabulous aromas of blackberry, spice and flower. Perfumed. Lavender, rose and lilac too. A wine that grows on the palate with extreme finesse and complexity that shows ultra-fine tannins, currants, and flowers. Super length. Mostly mablec with cabernet sauvignon and petit verdot. Best Cheval des Andes ever? Drink or hold." Wine Critic James Suckling gave this vintage 97 points.