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Made from Argentina's most famous grape and by the country's most famous producer of Malbec, Catena.
This is a wonderful, heady mix of dark bramble fruits, plum and blueberry too.
Absolutely loves being teamed up with steak.
This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 5 years
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Hamish Anderson - Daily Telegraph Magazine 18/07/2015
Of the 2014 vintage, Hamish Anderson said: “Originally from south-west France, malbec has become Argentina’s signature variety. Tesco has got one of the country’s leading producers, Catena, to fashion its Finest version. As a result, this – at a price where often the grape is a sickly parody of itself – is a classy glass. Its flavours of plum, violet and spice are ideal for a meat-led barbecue.”
From the very beginning The Wines of Catena set out to discover the best places to plant vineyards in Mendoza, identifying the best microclimates for Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Malbec. In addition, new techniques of cluster thinning and harvest practices were implemented to further increase concentration. This research program also led to the conclusion that the poor soils near the Andes, were actually ideal for quality viticulture. And that the desert climate was an asset because it allowed vineyard managers to control quality and hang time through strict irrigation control. Winemaker Felipe Stahlshmidt is an avid andinista that has climbed the mighty Aconcagua Mountain 7 times!
Tucked under the massive shoulders of the Andes Mountains in west central Argentina, the province of Mendoza is renowned for housing some of the best winegrowing regions of Argentina. The character of Mendoza wines is forged in high altitude desert vineyards irrigated by mineral-rich snowmelt from glaciers and snowfields. Altitudes range from 1,000 feet to around 5,000 feet, where the foothills rise steeply toward the Andes' peaks. High altitude means cool temperatures and clear air, and clear air means more sunlight for building flavor in the grapes, helping to make Mendoza the source of Argentina's well-earned reputation for top quality, unique wines.