Black Rock Malbec
Back then, it was virgin territory: tracts of semi-desert, nothing planted, no water above ground, no electricity and a single dirt track by way of access. Locals dismissed the area as too cold for growing grapes. Bousquet, on the other hand, reckoned he’d found the perfect blend between his French homeland (low acidity, warm climate) and the New World (sunny, with high natural acidity and potential for relatively fruit-forward wines). Black Rock honors our first visit to inhospitable Gualtallary
Dark violet color. Blackcurrants and dark plums on the nose with spicy notes Medium body with bright acidity, juicy body, and round tannins.