I'll confess I'm particularly excited about this find - a really gutsy Malbec from Gustavo Caligiore in Lujan de Cujo (Mendoza). The vineyards lie below the Andes at a height of 900m and enjoy the ideal combination of hot sun by day and cooling breezes by night. His Malbec vines were planted back in 1930 and enable him to make a wine of real character - a deep, purply red with a gorgeously dark fruited nose. In the mouth it's rich and fruity, supported by gentle tannins and there's reassuring sweetness on the finish. Me gusto mucho!Grape varieties: MalbecOrganicVeganAlcohol: 13.9%Bottle Closure: Natural Cork. This was rated as a top five wine by the MrVine Tasting Panel who said 'A wine to cosy up with that’s crying out for steak – it’s a muscular Malbec that would gladly accompany a juicy ribeye.'