94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The first Polígonos was from San Pablo (2013) but didn't carry the name of the appellation, as it didn't exist. The 2019 Polígonos San Pablo Malbec fermented and matured exclusively in concrete. 2019 was a cool year, similar to 2018, and it was cooler in some places than in others. In San Pablo, the coldest of the regions, the grapes are picked very late. The area is austere and feels a bit close. For them, it's one of the most particular places for Malbec, with descriptors that are different: citrus and herbal within the varietal, even white flowers combined with the textbook violets. The wine is fresh with red fruit to go with those fresh herbal aromas. It's precise, chiseled and delineated.
94 points James Suckling
Lots of blueberry, blackberry and black-licorice aromas follow through to a medium to full body with soft, medium tannins and a fresh, spicy and delicious finish. Cracked-pepper undertones. Fresh thyme, too. So balanced and refined with complexity. Drink now or hold.