True consistency is a hallmark of this vineyard, and this 2014 confirms our experience. The tightly-wound dark fruit notes unreel to a delicious blackberry-black currant concentrate with a lush mouthfeel. This wine is immediately approachable, and the first sip invites the second… and a third. Just like the 2013 vintage, we suggest a food-pairing paying homage to Malbec’s New World second-home Argentina. Perhaps chimichurri-grilled flank steak, or a wintry braise of lamb shanks seasoned with rosemary and lavender.