First made in 1947, Caballero de la Cepa raised the bar for winemakers across the country. It is widely recognised as one of Argentina’s first premium wines. Grapes for the Malbec Reserve are sourced from the rocky, well-drained vineyards in Barrancas.
It displays elegant aromas of violets, black plums and cocoa and has soft tannins and bright acidity.
This wine is ruby red in colour with blue hues. The aroma is perfumed and complex - a combination of violets, cherries and oak spice.
On the palate, it is concentrated with blackberries, ripe plums and tobacco leaves. Sweet, ripe tannins balance the fruit.