IWC Winemaker of the Year 2018, Hervé Fabre is Bordeaux born and has many trophies for his Malbec and Cabernet Franc. So, how come Pinot Noir? Superb cool climate vineyards, an enquiring mind and skill result in this fine, silky, berryish Pinot Noir.
"Another remarkable wine from IWC's 2018 Winemaker of the Year. Silky, elegant fruit"
Beth Willard Buyer for the Argentina
Raised in Bordeaux, Hervé Fabre left France in the early 1990s in search of new and more challenging wine territory in which to invest. He was heading for Chile but became side-tracked by old Malbec vineyards in Argentina and never left. Hervé now runs one of the leading estates in Mendoza, and another in Patagonia, and has won many international Golds and Trophies. Every year his wines also score very highly with top critics like Parker, Suckling and Atkin. If you are a follower of Hervé, you'll know his reds are made mostly from Cabernet Franc or Malbec. Pinot Noir is a new departure, grown in high Uco Valley vineyards in premium Gualtallary. Silky berry finesse and minerality, this is superb with duck, meaty fish, even mushroom risotto.
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