Te Awa, Left Field Malbec, Gimblett Gravels, Hawke’s Bay 2014


  • Drink: 2016-2019
  • Grape Variety: Malbec


Te Awa

Te Awa, Left Field Malbec 2014

The old river bed terroir that made the Gimblett Gravels is known for its plantings of red Bordeaux grapes, with Malbec usually used as a blending partner. But this varietal example is worth a try in place of your usual Argentinian favourite. It spends 18 months in French oak yet is fruit forward with fresh, stalky blackberry, blackcurrant, anise and tarry flavours.
Taster: Tina Gellie
Alc 13.5%

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