The Luján de Cuyo region of Mendoza was recognized in 1993 as Argentina’s first named appellation, and it is home to the Alto Agrelo vineyard, which sits at an elevation of 3500 feet above sea level. Here is where winemaker Juan Pablo Murgia lovingly (devotedly?) nurtures the grapes that go into the Devoción Malbec. The line is so named because it “is rooted in our respect for Mendoza’s terroir, the environment, and ecological balance.” Using certified organic grapes is one way that Murgia stays true to their mission. But the flavor is all luxury: chocolate-covered cherries, blueberry compote, spearmint, mineral, and spice abound, and the inky purple hue of the wine is eye-catching.