Dry red wine, 75cl. Full bodied 100% Malbec from La Consulta, Mendoza, Argentina. 14.5% ABV.
Brightness of fruit and an irresistible violets fragrance draws you in. A complex spectrum of blackberry, damson, caramelized cherry, wild herbs, fennel, peppery ruccola, marzipan and cacao further adds to the charismatic expression. Focused and polished with vibrant acidity, grippy tannins and a strong mineral graphite backbone giving a flinty restraint to the lush and chalky texture. A stylish and elegant wine which cleverly combines beautiful energy with gentle power. SWA Gold Medal.
Tasting notes from Luis Gutiérrez, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"Sourced from a specific plot with the Trapiche vineyard in La Consulta, the 2014 La Linterna Malbec Finca El Milagro, Parcela #15 La Consulta shows high ripeness and a polished and approachable palate with some remaining tannins. It finishes long and dry. 4,040 bottles were filled in January 2018."91/100 Points
Tasting notes from the judges of the Sommelier Wine Awards 2020
'A complex, layered wine with black cherry, black plum, blueberry, blackberry and violets, as well as some toast, smoke and leather, with good concentration and a well-balanced structure of acidity, tannins and alcohol.' Adam Michocki, The Man Behind The Curtain. 'With sweet, ripe and jammy fruits, this is a very polished style that's good for high-end steak restaurants.' Laura Rhys MS, team leader.
Producer Profile Bemberg Estate
Bemberg Estate is a brand-new project, created by the Bemberg family, with the intention of producing the finest wines in Argentina. Daniel Pi, the winemaker, has crafted a wine collection that represents an imaginary journey from north to south traversing different regions and using the finest sites. Single vineyards, harvesting by hand, spontaneous fermentation, French oak barrels and very limited production. These really are spectacular wines showing the variety of terroir and conditions available in Argentina.
Finca El Milagro is located 1,130 above sea level in La Consulta, Mendoza. It is located over the oldest alluvial cone that has been originated by the Tunuyán river.