**Please note that the 2008 vintage is pictured**
Story: In the late 1950s, Moet & Chandon Champagne sensed the fabulous potential of South America and sent Renaud Poirier, one of its top oenologists, to assess the many different areas. He made a stop at Lujan de Cuyo, in the Argentine province of Mendoza, a region which in his opinion was the most suitable area to plant a new vineyard – one which would become the future base of the Moet’s top subsidiary outside of France.
Producer: Terrazas de los Andos
Grapes: 100% Malbec
Ageing: 80% French oak, 20% American oak (1/3 new) for 12 months
Tasting notes: A great value red, There is lots of ripe fruits and currents up front with hints of violets. The palate has great power and structure, showing a little mocha on the rounded finish.
Food pairing: Stew, Grilled red meat.
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All our wines and spirits can be chosen to make up your own case of 12 assorted bottles.