Doña Paula 1350 is highlighted by Decanter
The most recent report by Andy Howard MW for British magazine Decanter had among its protagonists Doña Paula 1350 vintage 2017, which was selected as the number one Argentinean wine among the “45 Great Buys for Bordeaux Lovers”. The wine that is part of the Altitude Series, achieved 93 points.
The Master of Wine selected different wines from Europe and the New World, including countries as Australia, New Zealand, the US and of Chile and Argentina. Among the latter, this exclusive blend elaborated with Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Casavecchia was included.
On Doña Paula 1350 vintage 2017, sourced from Gualtallary, Uco Valley, Howard commented it is “Cool and fresh in character: there is plenty of drive as well as complexity here. Spice notes on the palate among ripe, dark-fruit flavours and very well-integrated oak, with fine tannins. Finishes with a lovely freshness of spice and a hint of mint. Drink 2021-2029”.
Andy Howard MW, pointed out that the standard of the tasted wines was “pleasingly high across every region” and “represent particularly good quality and value in this popular category”. Of the 79 wines tasted, Doña Paula 1350 obtained a high score and was named as the best among the Argentinean.