La Celia Heritage Malbec
La Celia was the first winery in the Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina. It was born of a vision: to exchange the finest horse to produce the first malbec of this region. La Celia Heritage is the result of the commitment of its makers to quality, respecting the History that gave it its origin.
Single Vineyard Malbec, from Paraje Altamira, Valle de Uco. Made with grapes of high aromatic expressiveness from the 47th and 49th quarters of our vineyard, this red-purple with elegant aromas of ripe fruits, balsamic notes and subtle floral presence. On the palate, the wine has an elegant entrance, with an excellent tannic structure, the end being persistent and fruity. We recommend decanting 40 minutes before your service.
• 94 points Descorchados, 92 points James Suckling, 91 points Tim Atkin
San Pedro Cabo De Hornos Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabo de Hornos is a pure Cabernet Sauvignon of great character brought by the volcanic soils at the Andean foothills of the Cachapoal Valley. We pay tribute to these navigators on the wine’s label through 17th-century cartographic design cues.
The instinct to discover new territories is a natural condition of man, but navigating towards the uninhabited, to the ends of the world, requires courage and tenacity. Especially so in the seventeenth century, when the audacity and bravery of a group of navigators led to the discovery of Cape Horn, the most southern part of the Americas, it is one of the most imposing places on earth, with waters of harsh nature and adverse weather conditions. From the volcanic soils at of Cachapoal Andes Valley in Chile, Cabo de Hornos is an elegant and pure Cabernet Sauvignon of great character that honors the 17th century navigators who bravely journeyed to the southernmost tip of the Americas, Cape Horn.
• Vintage 2017: 91 WE, 92 RP, 92 Decanter
Includes: One (750 mL) Bottle of La Celia Heritage Malbec and One (750 mL) Bottle of San Pedro Cabo De Hornos Cabernet Sauvignon.