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When Laura Catena decided to create a line of wines of her very own, she made a conscious decision to pay tribute to the traditional, small, family, growers and to a group of special vineyard sites in Mendoza, Argentina. The name La Posta refers to La Posta del Viñotero – ‘the Tavern of the Grape Grower’, found in every local village where farmers go to get their mail after a hard day in the vineyards. There, they meet to drink wine, laugh, and tell stories, agreeing to agree or disagree...
Aromas of red cherries and raspberries are infused with mocha and spice. The palate is a flood of fresh fruit with a vibrant, long finish. Hints of baking spice and oak keep the fruit flavors fresh and lively. This is a wine that you’ll want to stack up in your wine rack for any occasion. Great by itself or with your favorite red wine foods like burgers, ribs, lamb chops, and pizza.
- 91 Points -
A pretty and rich red with delicious fruit and balance. Medium body, light and soft tannins and a bright finish. A blend of malbec, syrah and bonardo. Wonderful freshness, balance and price.See detailed press review
- 90 Points -
Substantial, brooding, savoury.
...This substantial red offers notes of toasted spices, blackened cherries, blackberries, cracked pepper and saddle leather with violets and licorice undertones. It is brooding; flavours of bittersweet cocoa nibs and spice, espresso and black fruit dominate. It has a savoury finish.
Pair: roasted meats, decadent mushroom risotto or hard cheeses.See detailed press review