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#1. Alta Vista Alto Malbec

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The wine is deep ruby in color with complex aromas of black fruits, such as blackberries, spices, and chocolate. On the palate, the wine is elegant with silky tannins and a long intense persistency. Best paired with aged beef ribeye steaks, hearty lamb stews, and roasted wild game. GRAPES: 88% Malbec, 12% Cabernet Sauvignon

#2. Trapiche Malbec Single Vinyard

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Ambrosia is concentrated and deep, with potent aromas of wood smoke, lemon peel, blackberry and tar Alcohol: 14.5% Bottle Size: 750 ml Category: Red

#3. Clayhouse Estate Malbec (LAWF discounted price)

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Aromas of fresh anise, violets, orange zest, cinnamon stick and plum fruit. A plush mouthfeel with spiced plum and fresh blueberry fruit flavors. Finishes toasty sweet tobacco, moderate tannins, and an acidic back bone. Pairs well with lean meats or rustic flavored foods.

#4. Mt. Brave Mt. Veeder Malbec

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The Malbec for this red wine is grown on the steepest slopes at the estate Mt. Brave Vineyard. The painstakingly difficult farming conditions pays dividends in the glass - intensely flavored with a structure to relish, this Malbec is incredibly captivating. This red wine boast aromas of dark raspberry that mingle with huckleberry and hints of espresso bean on the palate to create a lush middle body and juicy finish.

#5. Vina Alicia Brote Negro Malbec 2012

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100% Malbec from vines only yielding one tiny cluster per plant. Super dark, nearly opaque! Aromas of crush dark black and red berries, spice, licorice and wild flower-garrigue-herb nuances. On the palate there is a youthful richness, that is thick and lavish; downright hedonistic and seductive. Somewhat dark, sultry, brooding and hiding behind the façade? A big girl! HUBBA HUBBA like Sophia Loren.

#6. Colome Malbec Reserve

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#7. Terrazas de los Andes Aficiando

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Wine Advocate - Mendoza, Argentina- "Purple-colored with an expressive bouquet of pain grille, exotic spices, lavender, black cherry, and black raspberry. Medium-bodied, elegant, and velvety-textured, this is a stylish Malbec with impeccable balance..."

#8. Henry Lagarde Primeras Malbec

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Henry Lagarde is a historic winery in the Lujan de Cuyo region of Mendoza, Argentina. The winery was built in 1897, among the first in the region, overseen by generations of the Pescarmona family. Today, Sofia Pescarmona de Boschi is in charge of operations. Grapes are grown at various vineyards, strategically-planted locations that provide optimal conditions for each varietal. They produce a wide range of wines in dry white, red, rosé, sparkling and sweet styles Several vintages have been winning prizes in competitions: the 2011 vintage was awarded Bronze from the Decanter World Wine Awards, and the 2008 vintage was awarded Bronze from the International Wine & Spirit Competition. Only a couple of critics have rated this Lujan de Cuyo wine so far. This is priced above average for red wine from Lujan de Cuyo. The price has been stable over the past year. Malbec is a black-skinned grape variety native to south-western France (specifically the area around Cahors), but now better known as the iconic wine grape of Argentina. Through its success in the vineyards of Mendoza, in a few short decades Malbec has shot from relative obscurity to international fame, simultaneously bringing new-found attention and respect to Argentina as a wine-producing nation. Malbec typically ripens midway through the growing season and produces small, intensely colored grapes. As it is so sensitive to its growing environment, the level of ripeness has a considerable effect on the structure of the eventual wine. Broadly speaking, French Malbec tends to be more meaty, rustic and tannic, while examples from Argentina seem to be uniformly rich, ripe, jammy and juicy. On both sides of the Atlantic, Malbec wines are generally aged in oak to enhance the wine’s structure and aging potential.

#9. Cuvelier Los Andes – Grand Malbec

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    Balanced, Bold, Dark Fruit, Floral
  • Food Pairing:
    Beef, Cheese - Creamy & Bloomy, Cheese - Hard Aged, Cheese - Nutty & Semi-Firm, Cured Meats, Dessert - Chocolate & Coffee, Mushrooms, Pork
  • ABV:
    15%
Grand Malbec is a selection of our most beautiful Malbec grapes, barrel-fermented and aged in new barrels for 18 months. Grand Malbec has an outstanding concentration that will surprise you with its balance and ageing potential. A must for all Malbec fans and big wine lovers.

#10. Trinch Haystack Malbec 2011

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#11. Trapiche Malbec Adolfo Ahumada

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#12. Trivento Malbec

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#13. Trapiche Malbec Domingo Sarmiento

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This Malbec has a dark, garnet coloir, with sweet caramel, mocha, vanilla, and cinnamon aromas.

#14. Zuccardi Aluvional Peral

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#15. Salentein Primum Malbec

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Ruby with garnet hues; notes of violets, blueberries and plums over-deliver on the nose and palate. The mouth is elegant with very good structure. Sweet, round tannins knit into the body of the wine and display flavors of ripe berries mingling with a touch of vanilla and tobacco in this wine of sheer power. Enjoy with grilled meats, roasts and robust pasta dishes. 93 Points, Wine Enthusiast, Jan 2020