Produced from fruit grown in an old vineyard located in the Las Compuertas section of Lujan de Cuyo, this wine really shows the pedigree of the old vine (planted in 1922) fruit source. Combined with an 18 month aging period in French oak barrels, this bottling shows dark fruit, violet and spicy wood notes that are all in wonderful balance. This is the kind of bold, rich, spicy yet balanced wine that Argentina's better winemakers produce as well as anyone in the New World. -K&L The top wine in the Revolution family, Libertador is an exotic, more decadent style of Malbec, showing the potential for higher altitude sites in Argentina. While still maximizing price to quality ratio, Libertador gives the richness and texture of a far more expensive wine. This is the only wine in the Revolution family that sees any new oak.
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