93 Point Wine Advocate: The 2008 Supremo is a blend of 65% Malbec, 15% Petit Verdot, 15% Cabernet Franc and 5% Tannat that is aged in French new oak for 15 months. It has a crisp blackberry, raspberry and crushed stone-scented bouquet, with light floral notes developing in the glass. The palate is full-bodied and extremely well-balanced. The oak is well-integrated, allowing the vibrant cassis and blueberry notes to flourish on the tensile finish. This is an excellent wine from the Uco Valley. Drink now-2018.
Finca La Celia is a source for well-crafted, delicious Argentinean wines at equally appealing price points. It was founded way back in 1882 by Eugenio Bustos, and the winery was constructed just eight years later. In 2000 it was purchased by the Vina San Pedro Tarapaca Wine Group, which led to its expansion in successive years. Christian Garcia is the chief winemaker, with the ubiquitous Paul Hobbs hired as international consultant.