This is an interesting Tempranillo/Malbec/Merlot blend from Argentina which still offers lots of fruit and spices. It is trying to combine old world tempranillo spices and fresh acidity with the sweetness of sun-burned Mendoza Malbec, but to be honest it doesnt't really work very well for my palate. Sweet and sour, spicy and soft and with a lot of alcohol on the nose. There is just too many things that don't go well together here. But you can tell that high quality grapes and very fine oak were used for this wine - its just the blending that went slightly wrong. Drink soon. - 87 points
Divine! Having been a friend of O Fournier wines, I have to admit that their fire always was a drawback. Not having touched the 2001 for a few years, it has transformed into one of the most elegant wines I have tasted recently. Drink now!
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