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Roberto de la Mota is one of Argentina's most respected and admired winemakers. His long career in wine began when he was just 19, working with his renowned father Raul, who made wine at Bodega Weinert for 20 years (at the time Robert Parker declared that Weinert was making 'the most profound red wine in South America'). After studying Viticulture and Winemaking at the University of Montpellier Roberto made wine at Moet + Chandon's Terrazas de los Andes, then created Cheval des Andes with...
- 93 Points -
This Malbec is one of those wines that never lets you down, even in tricky vintages like 2014. Serious and complex, it has succulent black fruits, well handled (10% new) oak, notes of dried herbs, savoury tannins and good supporting acidity. This has the structure to age further.See detailed press review