2017 James Suckling´s report: Our wines got excellent scores!

Once again, Susana Balbo Wines obtained excellent scores from James Suckling in his last report: "The many, diverse wonders of Argentina", confirming that the wines made by one of Argentina's most relevant winemakers are among the best of Argentina's viticulture

The winemaker's most exclusive wine due to its limited production, Nosotros Single Vineyard Nómade Malbec 2012, from Vista Flores (Uco Valley) obtained one of the highest scores of the report with 97 points, being part of a select group of 10 Argentine wines.

As well, Susana Balbo Signature Brioso 2015, the Bordeaux blend style that Susana elaborates with grapes from Agrelo's own vineyard, received 92 points. This blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot spreads out elegance and it shows as one of the most emblematic wines of the winery.

Susana Balbo Malbec 2015 from Altamira and Susana Balbo Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 from Los Árboles, shined with 92 and 93 points respectively.

One of Susana´s specialties is to create unique white wines with great personality and terroir character. Susana Balbo Barrel Fermented Torrontés 2016 from Altamira, received 92 points as well as her newest creation, Susana Balbo White Blend 2016 from the same terroir. The last one has been highlighted as one of the most spectacular and innovative Argentine white wines.

The other white from the Signature line, the Barrel Fermented Chardonnay 2016, got 93 points and received great comments from Suckling.

The 2016 Rosé from this line shined with 92 points.

The winery was also acknowledged for its viticulture wines, BenMarco Expresivo received 93 points and BenMarco Malbec obtained 92 points.

About these recent scores, Susana Balbo highlighted: “We are very pleased for this recognition to our wines that are the result of a great work that day after day we do with my children together with a talented team of viticulturists and winemakers who have been able to understand the wine growing landscapes of Mendoza and capture them into wonderful wines that make us feel very proud.”