Molinillo Malbec is a great example of why Argentinean Malbec has been so popular over the past few years. The grapes are sourced from low yielding vineyards in Mendoza’s Agrelo region which is sits at 1000 metre altitude. The cooler climate here helps the grapes ripen slower which helps preserve the freshness and aromatic flavours within the grapes. The resulting wine is full and ripe with fresh red and black fruit, damson, chocolate and warm spice. It's velvety in the mouth and packs a punch with intense flavours.