The Malbec grapes from mature vines are sourced in equal parts from the Agrelo and La Consulta regions. The wine is fermented and aged in French oak barriques, with aging lasting 16 months. It is then matured in bottle for a further 6 months.
Deep red in color with intense violet shades. On the nose, a combination of red fruits and toasty notes given by the French oak are evident. In the mouth, the wine is complex and structured wih a long aftertaste.
"Is there a better, more consistent Malbec on the market today than Punto Final? The 2005 is typically rich and dense, with saturated berry aromas and strong but balanced oak element... Quite delicious; this is the type of wine that gives Argentine Malbec its good name."
out of 12 different wines we went through this past thanksgiving, this was by far the punto final
at first this was a little too fruit forward for me, I was not going to buy it again. Took 3 days to get through the bottle, but each day it seemed to get better, the fruit more in the background but more and more delicious. This might not be my type of wine, undecided if I will buy again, but I would not hesitate to recommend this one bit.
Hi Christopher, I appologize for the sediment that fell into your glass. It is normal to find sediments in wines that have not been filtered to preserve its distinctive qualities, so you shouldn't worry. We recommend to filter the wines before serving to avoid this happening again. Hope you enjoyed our Punto Final! Cheers, Patricio Reich - Sales and marketing for Punto Final.