Reviews of the 2022 Malbec:
91 points, Lisa Cardelli, Winepilot, October 2023: 
"Whenever I see that translucent blueish hue, a deep-like-a-dark-night colour, and a concentrated blueberry/plum/violet trio, I’m always in the Malbec territory. The moderate level of tannins is slowly building and keeps the momentum well past the end, leaving a bitter aftertaste that well contrast the plumpness of this wine."
Reviews of the 2021 Malbec:

91 points, James Suckling, April 2023:
"A note of citrus lifts up the aromas of crushed plums, sour cherries and whole nutmeg. Medium to full-bodied with taut tannins. Juicy and fresh on the palate with a chewy finish. Drink now."
Reviews of the 2019 Malbec:
90 Points, The Wine Front - Gary Walsh:
"Lovely label. Blood plum and spice, salted nuts, pistachio maybe, and an iron and floral perfume. Medium-bodied, saline and nutty, fine tannin, blood orange, skinsy tannin and a fresh raspberry finish, though those salty nuts come through as well. Good. Character plus."

92 points, James Suckling:
"This has super fresh delivery of ripe purple berries and flowers with a smooth, gently fleshy palate that offers a deep core of dark plum and mil-chocolate flavors. Nicely done."

Reviews of the 2018 Malbec:

2019 Drink Easy Competition:
"Cherry ripe, choc and some prominent oak whiffs, shows with good length and upfront there's good concentration and flavour"

Wine & Viticulture Journal - Spring Edition:
"Subtle earth, spice and plum character on the nose along with deep chewy fruit and licorice. Rich and dense black-fruited palate, with some raspberry and a hint of herbs. Rich mouthfeel, acid line and oak well balanced. A nice quaffable wine."

Australian Alternative Varieties Wine Show - GOLD with 96 points:
"Earth savoury, creamy texture and length. Soft and sublet well handled, more traditional Australian style. Ripe fruit and nice balance, fruity and juicy."