2018 malbec colonia las liebres altos las hormigas
“Wow! Readers may be sure I will be buying these wines for my own cellar.” –Robert Parker, Jr.
91 Points! “Wow! Readers may be sure I will be buying these wines for my own cellar.” –Robert Parker, Jr.
Wine from Mendoza is more than just Malbec: it is the reflection of a know-how, a tradition and an origin. Founded in 1995 by a consortium of prominent Italian winemakers, including Alberto Antonini of Antinori and Antonio Morescalchi, Altos Las Hormigas has always been evolving.
This wonderfully produced is described by Wine Advocate’s Luis Gutierrez: “The first vintage of the 2018 Colonia Las Liebres Malbec was produced with fruit from the Altos Las Hormigas vineyard in Luján, with some 30% full cluster in the tanks during the fermentation and then matured in concrete. It’s also certified organic. It’s very elegant, floral and tasty. It’s an organic wine at the same price as the Clásico, and it’s really very good in 2018, a year that feels like classical Mendoza, with good ripeness and balance.” 91 Points.