Special to give away and to collect.
The Case contains 3 Bottles of the Zuccardi Polígonos Malbec series
1 Zuccardi Polygons Malbec Paraje Altamira
The performance of Polígonos Paraje Altamira Malbec 2018 was excellent. It seems to have gained in precision and has kept the freshness of 2016, which was a cooler year. They work with more complete bunches in Altamira, since they believe that it gives them a spine and helps polish the tannins. It is very pure aromatically, and has a velvety and harmonious texture, although a little grainier than San Pablo. Luis Gutiérrez for The Wine Advocate – Robert Parker
1 Zuccardi Polygons Malbec Gualtallary
The Malbec Polígonos Gualtallary 2018 is the wildest and most mature of the three Malbecs in this range, with tons of aromatic herbs, rockrose, thyme, lavender and rosemary, intermingled with flowers and berries, penetrating, spicy and powerful. It is quite primal on the palate, beautifully textured and with refined chalky tannins. All this range is of very good quality. In February 2019, 16,000 bottles were filled. Luis Gutiérrez for The Wine Advocate - Robert Parker
1 Zuccardi Polygons Malbec San Pablo
"I tried the Polígonos San Pablo Malbec 2018, which, like all Malbec bottlings in this range, fermented and matured exclusively in concrete. San Pablo is the coldest of the regions it works with, and these are the last grapes to be The place has a completely different logic than Gualtallary and Altamira, who see an early harvest. This is 13.5% alcohol, the lowest of the three. They avoid over-ripeness like the plague, and they also don't want insufficient maturity, so the harvest window in São Paulo is not as wide, but it is late and most varieties tend to mature more or less at the same time.This is the most austere of the three, even with some citrus notes, with the varietal base of violets and herbs. But the main difference is in the texture; here it is extremely fine, precise, like a laser cut. This is a great quality for the asking price. In February 2019 it was They filled 8,000 bottles." Luis Gutiérrez for The Wine Advocate - Robert Parker