Achaval Ferrer Finca Bella Vista Malbec 2011
Achaval Ferrer is renowned for creating world class Malbec and still hold the record for the highest ever rated wine from South America. Bright, medium ruby. Vibrant, strong aromas of blackberry, violet, dark raspberry and crushed stone. Very well built fine tannins, with superconcentrated body plus a smooth noticeable graphite power. Utterly silky finish with a perfumed back end.
Robert Parker/Wine Advocate – The 2011 Malbec Finca Bella Vista is from Perdriel (where they have the winery) at 985 meters above sea level, on the south bank of the Mendoza River. The soils are deep, with abundant gravel. This seems much more subtle and elegant than the Mirador, with finesse and ample fine tannins, the medium-bodied palate is precise, a little incisive, with good acidity. This is concentrated and smooth, powerful and elegant. Drink 2014-2024.
In a mixed or straight case: $302.09
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