Built in 2003 and operational since the April 2004 harvest, this Argentinian winery is a synthesis of the knowledge acquired from Baron Edmond de Rothschild and his partners’ experience in Bordeaux (Chateau Dassault). Each harvest is vinified with the most modern equipment, to the highest quality standards. Out of this unique terroir, which enjoys a dry climate tempered by high altitude, and out of the owners’ passionate interest in the estate, a pure Argentinian Malbec called “Gran Malbec” has emerged.
The Flechas vineyards now extend over more than a hundred hectares. The Malbec grape thrives there, along with Merlot, Syrah, and Cabernet Sauvignon. Under the hot dry Mendoza climate, on terrain made up of stones and alluvial gravel at 1100m altitude at the foot of the Andes, the Malbec seems to have found the perfect home to express itself
87WE. Stalky, slightly murky berry aromas aren’t stellar but they improve with airing. A tight, drawing palate is just fleshy enough, while this Malbec tastes of herbal berry fruits and black currant. Hints of green herbs and peppery spice can be found on a beautiful finish
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