PERFECT BY THE GLASS, BUT YOU'LL WANT IT BY THE BOTTLE.
A complex yet approachable blend of Malbec, Syrah and Bonarda that will quickly become a staple on your dining room table.
91pts - James Suckling
Aromas of red cherries and raspberries are infused with mocha and spice. Your first sip washes broadly across the palate like a flood of sweet, fresh fruit and the viscous mouthfeel keeps the flavors lingering. The hints of baking spice and some oak keep the fruit flavors fresh and lively.
Everything from short ribs to roast chicken to creamy cheeses.
The grapes are sourced from the La Consulta region in the Uco Valley. 60% of the blend is aged for 9 months in 2nd and 3rd use barrels, 60% French and 40% American oak.
Where: Mendoza, Argentina
Grape: 60% Malbec, 20% Bonarda, 20% Syrah
Elevation: 3000 feet
Age of Vines: 33 years
More About La Posta
Growers sit at the heart of Argentina's winemaking culture. Estate fruit is far less common in Argentina, so even the most highly-regarded wineries rely on getting fruit from local growers. Laura Catena started La Posta, to pay homage to this growers, the backbone of the Mendoza wine industry. Each La Posta wine showcases Argentina’s best small-family growers and their individual passions with single-grower, single-vineyard wines. Each wine named after a grower family demonstrates the wide range of Malbec aroma and flavor profiles generated by distinct Mendoza appellations.
La Posta translates to “the tavern,” where the farmers meet to discuss their soils, their vines, their quest for superior flavors, and their passions for life. These wines are meant to express this passion.