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#1. Bota Box Malbec

4.9
138 ratings
2
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Bota Box Malbec is a plush, medium-bodied wine with aromas of blueberry and blackberry. Jammy, luscious flavors of blackberry jam and blueberry syrup follow, leading into soft, earthy tannins on the finish.

#2. Black Box Malbec

5.0
42 ratings
0
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Black Box Wines Malbec has luscious floral and cherry aromas. The palate is dry and medium-bodied, with juicy blueberry flavors and hints of tobacco and chocolate. The earthy, robust structure and well-balanced acidity lead to a smooth finish.

#3. Antigal Uno Malbec

5.0
37 ratings
0
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    Acidic, Berry, Blueberry, Bright, Chocolate, Floral, Vanilla
  • Food Pairing:
    Beef, Cheese - Nutty & Semi-Firm, Fish - Meaty & Oily, Mushrooms, Pasta, Turkey
  • ABV:
    13.9%
The grapes of this wonderful wine come from Uco Valley - Tupungato, Gualtallary, and La Arboleda. Areas highly recognized for their excellent quality. The vineyards are located at 1100 meters above sea level, with a great thermal amplitude between day and night, which allows the development of aromatic elegance and concentration. The exceptionally gentle treatment of hand-selected Malbec grapes is made possible by the winery’s gravity-flow system, which eliminates the need for forceful pumps and pressers. The care taken through all stages of winemaking — from initial cluster-chilling through sorting, maceration, fermentation, and barrel aging — produced an unusually elegant Malbec with great balance and supple tannins. This Malbec is aged in wood for 8 to 10 months, has red and purple colors, typical of this variety. On the nose, this wine offers delicious plum, strawberry, and blackberry flavors with enticing hints of violets, vanilla, and milk chocolate. Brightened by carefully protected natural acidity, this violet-red wine has a silky texture and provides an agreeably persistent finish.

#4. Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec

5.0
28 ratings
0
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Terrazas is a story of visionaries who made bold decisions before the potential of Argentina was known. In the 1950s Moët & Chandon created Bodega Chandon. In the 90s, its president had a vision for high quality still wine in Mendoza and, with a team led by Hervé Birnie-Scott, explored the terroir. They realized the region’s robust wines could be more refined and modern coming from a cooler terroir selected at higher altitude. Years of experimentation allowed them to understand the right altitude for each varietal expression. Born in 1996, Terrazas de los Andes evolved an elegant Argentinian-French style in Mendoza. Terrazas Reserva Malbec is a blend of the emblematic terroirs of the Estate and reflects Terrazas’s signature winemaking style. Each vineyard’s grapes have unique aromas that reflect the specific altitude and soil. When put together in Terrazas Reserva, they become facets of a layered and complex expression of Terrazas.

#5. Catena Zapata Malbec Argentino

5.0
18 ratings
0
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    Red Fruit, Dark Fruit, Vanilla, Mocha
  • Food Pairing:
    Beef, Lamb
  • ABV:
    13.5%
The Catena Zapata Malbec Argentino 2008 shows a saturated dark violet color; the nose offers cassis, mocha and clove, along with a strong suggestion of soil tones. It combines density and sweetness on the one hand, with gripping, lightly saline flavors of tobacco, dark berries, spices and minerals; a palate-staining finish dominated by sweet black and blue fruits.

#6. Alamos Malbec Seleccion

5.0
17 ratings
0
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Smooth and ripe with dense, smooth texture and lovely, rich style; juicy, lush and balanced with a long, vibrant finish.

#7. Catena Malbec

4.6
13 ratings
1
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High altitude vines selected by Laura Catena. The Catena family, since 1902: Argentina's Malbec pioneer. For over four generations, the Catena family has grown vines in the foothills of the Andes mountains in Mendoza, Argentina. Laura Catena, great granddaughter of founder Nicola Catena, has created a Malbec blend with intense black fruit aromatics and the smooth, lengthy finish that has become the family's trademark characteristic. Catena Malbec is sourced from the family's high altitude vineyards in Maipu (20%), Lujan de Cuyo (10%), Tupungato (40%) and San Carlos (30%). From the marriage of these historic parcels emerges a wine of unique character that has natural balance, concentration and a distinct varietal identity. Alc. by vol 13.9%. Estate grown and bottled by Bodega Catena Zapata. Product of Argentina.

#8. Salentein Reserve Malbec

5.0
6 ratings
0
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100% of the grapes are hand-harvested and selected before undergoing a gentle de-stemming. Barrel-aged for 12 to 14 months, resulting in a wine with intense aromas of ripe plums, cherries and spice that are complemented by a hint of tobacco. Ripe red berries, balanced acidity and sweet tannins lead to a deliciously long finish. Well-matched with barbecued meats, robust pasta entrées, baked ham, pork chops and sharp cheese. 94 Points, Wine & Spirits Magazine, Oct 2019

#9. The Infinite Monkey Theorem Malbec

5.0
5 ratings
0
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A combination of raisin, tobacco and Portobello mushroom fill the nose yet the palate is filled with black cherry and vanilla, backed with cocoa and dried fig. Robust tannins help give this wine an almost gamey note. Pair this with braised meats or some unique and different sausages… or indulge and break out the filet mignon.

#10. La Posta Pizzella Malbec

5.0
5 ratings
0
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    Bold, Cherry, Chocolate, Dark Fruit, Nutmeg
  • Food Pairing:
    Cured Meats, Duck & Game Bird, Mushrooms, Pork
  • ABV:
    13.5%
‘Enjoy the simpler times’ in La Consulta, Uco Valley with the Pizzella family and their rich Malbec full of dark fruit and spice. On the palate, the wine shows dense, dark berry and plum flavors along with hints of sandalwood and spice, and even a hint of violets in the finish. This is a full-bodied and well-structured wine that is incredibly full of life and born to be enjoyed with food and friends.

#11. Loscano Grand Reserve Malbec

5.0
5 ratings
0
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A rich and fragrant wine with a deep purple hue, Grand Reserve Malbec envelops the senses with an exquisite bouquet of sweet and spicy plum, blossoms in the glass to reveal notes of tea leaves and cassis, lingers on the palate with a moderate tannin pull, and finishes with understated-yet-resonant oak.

#12. House Wine Malbec 3L Box

5.0
5 ratings
0
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Aromas of blackberry, oak, and spice. Luscious flavors of black plums and peppered clove with a silky finish.

#13. Francis Coppola Diamond Collection Malbec

5.0
4 ratings
0
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Dramatic style, vibrant packaging and fruit-forward, smooth wines are the signatures of Francis Coppola Diamond Collection. Our Malbec delivers lush, velvety flavors of plums, black cherries and cassis, along with aromatic spice notes and a unique mineral character.

#14. Durigutti Malbec

5.0
3 ratings
0
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Durigutti Malbec offers a lush nose laced with black-berry and plum fruit. Soft yet focused on the palate, with additional flavors of strawberry and wild herbs. Medium tannins and balanced acidity. A terrific everyday drinker.

#15. Finca Decero Malbec

3.7
4 ratings
1
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Intense violet aromatics and red fruit flavours, the 2012 vintage shows more structural tannins than the last few vintages. The wine is exquisitely balanced by freshness of acidity and an elegant integration of French oak.

#16. Piattelli Malbec Premium Reserve

5.0
3 ratings
0
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The Piattelli Premium Malbec has an intense red color with purplish notes, which are typical of an Argentine Malbec. The aromas remind us of red fruits like raspberry, strawberry and cherry. In the mouth it is unctuous, round and persistent.

#17. Luigi Bosca Malbec

5.0
2 ratings
0
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    Pepper, Red Fruit, Smooth, Spicy
  • Food Pairing:
    Beef, Cheese - Hard Aged, Cheese - Stinky, Duck & Game Bird, Lamb, Mushrooms, Pork
  • ABV:
    14%
As a tribute to the land and to those who work it, Luigi Bosca have worked more than 110 years to understand the intention of the vine. The passion of four generations of the same family, shown in Bodega Luigi Bosca’s collection, reflects the result of an ambitious effort started many years ago: the wish to express the thorough version of the essence of Argentine wine. This Malbec is a deep ruby red color, with aromas of ripe red fruit, spices and black pepper. The palate intensity is complemented by the softness and sweetness of tannins. Full-bodied and well structured. Pair with grilled or broiled red meat, deer, hard cheese.

#18. Battle Axe Malbec

5.0
2 ratings
0
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Malbec [mahl-BEHK] A black Bordeaux grape that thrives in Argentina. If you think you know Malbec because you've tasted the French original, you're wrong! The best-crafted Argentine Malbecs enjoy similar flavor to those made in Europe, but with softer, lusher structure. Successful Argentine Malbec growers know that, in order to develop full maturity and distinction, Malbec needs "hang time" even after sugar levels indicate ripeness. Hand harvesting also ensures that only the ripest and most pristine bunches are selected. Argentine Malbecs tend to age well and offer durability and long term cellaring potential. “By the year 2015, the greatness of Argentinean wines made from the Malbec grape will be understood as a given. This French varietal has reached startling heights of quality in Argentina. Both inexpensive, delicious Malbecs and majestic, profoundly complex ones from high-elevation vineyards are already being produced, and by 2015 this long-ignored grape's place in the pantheon of noble wines will be guaranteed.” - Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate, December 2007

#19. Achaval Ferrer Malbec

5.0
2 ratings
0
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#20. Colome Estate Malbec

5.0
2 ratings
0
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Bodega Colome Estate Malbec is certified Biodynamic and shows all the character and expression of the high elevation vineyard. Really stunning dark fruit character and incredibly complex on the palate.

#21. Don Miguel Gascon Reserva Malbec

3.3
3 ratings
1
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Don Miguel Gascón Reserva Malbec is a dark, rich and complex wine that balances both power and a sense of freshness. The elegant nose and concentrated-yet-graceful flavors feature ripe blackberry and brown spice, with layers of plum, dark cherry, chocolate and mint. Polished tannins add a silky mouthfeel and the seamlessly integrated flavors continue through a long and velvety-smooth finish.

#22. Felino Malbec

5.0
2 ratings
0
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Showing a rich red color with purplish and bluish shades, this wine has a flowery aroma of red berries and vanilla. Notes of chocolate can be tasted in the mouth. Balanced acidity and freshness make this fine Malbec unique, and gently lead to a balanced aftertaste.

#23. Primus Malbec

5.0
1 ratings
0
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    Pork, Mushrooms
  • ABV:
    5%
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#24. Harvest Press Malbec

5.0
1 ratings
0
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    Pork, Mushrooms
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Aromas of blackberry, oak and spice. Flavors of plum and clove on a silky finish.

#25. Crios Malbec

5.0
1 ratings
0
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#26. Xavier Flouret La Pilar

5.0
1 ratings
0
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    Pork, Mushrooms
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Eye: Intense ruby red color with violet hints. Nose: A very expressive and elegant nose reflecting a perfect mix between black ripe fruit, violets, spices and tobacco. Palate: Good structure in the mouth with rounded, sweet and velvety tannins. Long finish in the mouth.

#27. Doña Paula Selección de Bodega Malbec

5.0
1 ratings
0
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    Acidic, Balanced, Berry, Dark Fruit, Earthy, Intense, Minerality, Silky, Smooth
  • Food Pairing:
    Beef, Dessert - Chocolate & Coffee, Lamb, Mushrooms, Pork, Root Vegetables
  • ABV:
    14.5%
WINEMAKER'S NOTES Our award-winning Selección de Bodega comes from Alluvia vineyard located in Gualtallary, Tupungato. This wine has an intense and deep violet-black color. Aromatically, it stands out for its great complexity with berries aromas like those of blueberries, blackberries and also fresh berries like raspberries, and accompanied by mineral aromas reminiscent of chalk and graphite. In the palate it has great structure and freshness given by its balanced acidity. With strong and juicy tannins, it presents a persistent finish. Ideal for a long bottle aging. VINEYARDS Selección de Bodega Malbec comes from Alluvia vineyard, located in Gualtallary, Uco Valley, at 1,350 meters above the sea level. This head-pruned vineyard is set on the streambed, its soil contains medium-size alluvial rocks covered with calcium carbonate patinas and intermingled with sand and chalk enamel. It is one of the poorest soils as regards nutrients, its organic matter is almost 0 and it has a great drainage capacity. The weather is cool during the days and cold during the nights. In Doña Paula we have always worked on our vineyards using sustainable agricultural practices. VINIFICATION We do a hand-harvest in plastic boxes with a 20-kilos capacity from the end of March until the beginning of April. A Doña Paula-style pre-fermentative maceration takes place in cold to preserve the primary aromas. The alcoholic fermentation is made with native yeast at a low temperature. The aging takes place in 50% new French oak barrels for 16 months. AWARDS & ACCLAIM Robert Parker - 96 points James Suckling - 94 points Tim Atkin - 94 points Full listing: http://donapaula.com/awards/

#28. Familia Mayol Malbec

5.0
1 ratings
0
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Composition: Single Vineyard 100% Malbec. Source: Montuiri Vineyard. Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza. Planted in 1998 at an altitude of 920 meters / 3,020 feet. Average annual rainfall is 200 mm / 7.9 in. The soil in Montuiri Vineyard is alluvial, shallow loamy with silty clay over sandy gravel. Winemaking: Hand harvested in plastic boxes. Destemmed but not crushed (whole berries). Fermented in stainless steel tanks with temperature control. Cold maceration during pre-fermentation. Malolactic was spontaneously produced in neutral oak. The wine rested in French oak barrels for 12 months. Style: Intense red violet color. Medium-bodied Malbec. Cherry, mulberry and cassis linger with sweet toast aromas. Spice and mineral notes on a long and fresh finish. Good typical varietal character combined with earthy. Suggested Drinking Temperature: 18º-20º C (64º-68º F)

#29. Mystic Andes Malbec

5.0
1 ratings
0
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We work with a few very small grape growers in the Andes mountain terraces that maintain a strong and almost spiritual connection with their ancestor’s land, which together with their small scale, dedication and hand craftsmanship secures a harvest of the highest quality mountain sourced Malbec.

#30. Domaine de Cause La Lande Cavagnac Malbec

5.0
1 ratings
0
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