This is a family-owned winery high in the tenderloin of Argentina’s Mendoza region, home to the world’s finest malbecs. The power behind this winery, and three others, is the Spanish Ortega Gil-Fournier family, who also own a winery in Chile and their base back in Spain in Ribera del Duero. They practise sustainable, ecologically-driven wine making and can boast an impeccable carbon usage. The wine matches their philosophy: it is precise, punchy, fruit-forward with a...
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