Selected by The New York Times as one of Argentina's top ten Malbecs and awarded with 90 points by Robert Parker, this complex and attractive wine conveys its careful oak aging. Deep intense purple. Fruit and plum notes with nuances of smoke and cocoa from the oak and bottle aging.
Graffigna, with a winemaking tradition that spans 140 years, has the honor of being the oldest winery in the Argentine province of San Juan,...
Graffigna, with a winemaking tradition that spans 140 years, has the honor of being the oldest winery in the Argentine province of San Juan, the second oldest in the country and the first winery in Argentina to sell branded wines. Today, Graffigna is one of Pernod Ricard's four global wine brands and iconic of Argentina's progress as a quality wine producer. In 2009, Graffigna was named "Winery of the Year" in the USA by The Critics Challenge and Graffigna Centenario became the most awarded Malbec of 2007-2008.