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Alamos Malbec
4.8
343 ratings
12
Alamos-Malbec
Alamos Malbec captures the spirit and terroir of Argentina’s signature variety. Grown at high-level altitudes, our Malbec offers layers of dark cherry and blackberry with a velvety mouthfeel. This complex red wine pairs beautifully with a wide range of cuisine and is recognized for its pronounced freshness.
Bota Box Malbec
4.9
138 ratings
2
Bota-Box-Malbec
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.
Layer Cake Malbec
4.5
47 ratings
4
Layer-Cake-Malbec
The 2011 is a classic Malbec, but undoubtedly Layer Cake. Big, brooding, black fruit, then rich earth, truffles and dark cocoa are at the front. The Sea of Stones vineyard is at its core, always evident with the thread of minerality that the deep alluvial cobblestones lend. This wine is so elegant in the mouth with fresh-picked blackberries, simmering chocolate sauce on the stove, and somewhere someone's cooking bacon ? so many layers, so little time.?
Black Box Malbec
5.0
42 ratings
0
Black-Box-Malbec
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.
Don Miguel Gascon Malbec
4.6
40 ratings
3
Don-Miguel-Gascon-Malbec
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  • Tasting Notes:
    Anise, Chocolate, Dark Fruit, Spicy
  • Food Pairing:
    Beef, Cheese - Hard Aged
  • ABV:
    N/A
Don Miguel Gascon Malbec hails from Mendoza, a mountainous province at the foot of the Andes Mountains, along the western edge of Argentina. Regarded as the most important wine producing province in Argentina, Mendoza accounts for more than 80% of Argentine winemaking. Don Miguel Gascon Malbec hails from Mendoza, a mountainous province at the foot of the Andes Mountains, along the western edge of Argentina. On the palate it has much more concentration to the flavors than the nose would indicate. This is a big wine that gives loads of blackberry and plum flavors up front, leading into cocoa that carries into a fairly long finish. Fine tannins and sufficient acidity give this wine reasonable structure.
Antigal Uno Malbec
5.0
37 ratings
0
Antigal-Uno-Malbec
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  • Tasting Notes:
    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.
Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec
5.0
28 ratings
0
Terrazas-de-los-Andes-Reserva-Malbec
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.
Punto Final Malbec Clásico
4.8
25 ratings
1
Punto-Final-Malbec-Clásico
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    Dark Fruit, Currant, Oak, Vanilla
  • Food Pairing:
    Beef, Cheese - Hard Aged
  • ABV:
    13.5%
Deep violet colors with red hues. Strong floral tones of violet and rose combined with red fruits such as blackcurrant and raspberry. Subtle notes of vanilla from the passing contact with oak. In the palate, the wine is smooth and silky with round tannins and a long persistant finish. Pairs with all types of meat and light pasta.
Trivento Reserve Malbec
4.7
19 ratings
1
Trivento-Reserve-Malbec
Deep red and violet in color, with powerful aromas of ripe red fruits, strawberries and cherries, with hints of coffee and chocolate from the oak. Good body and fl eshy tannins with a long, lingering finish
90+ Cellars Old Vine Malbec (Lot 23)
4.7
18 ratings
1
90+-Cellars-Old-Vine-Malbec-(Lot-23)
This wine is made from meticulously tended Malbec grapes grown on high-elevation, old vines in the Lujan de Cuyo region of Mendoza, in the foothills of the Andes Mountains. It boasts exquisite aromas of dark berries, plum and spice, and is well balanced with ample structure and mild tannins. Dark cherry and hints of wood smoke emerge on the finish to leave an elegant and lasting impression.
Alamos Cabernet Sauvignon
4.7
18 ratings
1
Alamos-Cabernet-Sauvignon
Deep and rich, our Alamos Cabernet Sauvignon expresses dark berry characteristics that are complemented nicely by slight herbal notes. Oak aging lent complex layers of brown spice and vanilla and a firm tannic structure to this wine.
Diseno Malbec
5.0
17 ratings
0
Diseno-Malbec
Malbec has thrived in Argentina since the 1800s when cuttings were transplanted from their original home in France. Now considered among the world’s most distinguished red wines, Malbec flourishes in Mendoza. Vines grow in fertile soil, rich with old mineral deposits, irrigated by heavy winter snow melt from the Andes glaciers. Diseño captures the very essence of Argentina and is designed to showcase the rich flavors of Old Vine Malbec grown in this ideal land.
Alamos Malbec Seleccion
5.0
17 ratings
0
Alamos-Malbec-Seleccion
Smooth and ripe with dense, smooth texture and lovely, rich style; juicy, lush and balanced with a long, vibrant finish.
Trapiche Oak Cask Malbec
5.0
13 ratings
0
Trapiche-Oak-Cask-Malbec
Vineyards located between 750 and 1100 meters above sea level. Purple-colored, the nose offers up plum and black cherry notes with a touch of black pepper. The palate is soft and round with ripe, saturated berry flavors. Finishes spicy and full with chewy tannins. Ideal to serve with cheeses, red meats, mushrooms, stew and the typical Argentinian “asado”.
Terrazas de los Andes Altos de Plata Malbec
4.6
14 ratings
1
Terrazas-de-los-Andes-Altos-de-Plata-Malbec
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. Altos del Plata by Terrazas de los Andes is the pure, young and fruity expression of a single varietal grown at its ideal altitude in Mendoza. For Altos del Plata, the Estate selects the cool-climate vineyards it believes most completely express the essence of the fruit and applies delicate and attentive winemaking techniques to retain the original aromas of Malbec – pure, fresh and spontaneous.
Cigar Box Reserve Hand Harvested Malbec
5.0
12 ratings
0
Cigar-Box-Reserve-Hand-Harvested-Malbec
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    Dark Fruit, Floral, Vanilla, Rich
  • Food Pairing:
    Fish - Meaty & Oily, Beef
  • ABV:
    13.5%
Our grapes are bunch selected and hand-harvested because like you, they burst with color and confidence. Drink Cigar Box with the finest meats and cheeses to complement any meal. Ripe plum and fruit flavors mingle with a somewhat tart finish for a balanced delicious everyday Malbec.
Revolution El Libre Malbec
5.0
9 ratings
0
Revolution-El-Libre-Malbec
Extremely popular, Argentinian Malbec is an inky, medium-bodied, dry red wine with strong impressions of dark fruits on the nose and palate. This wine tends to have mellower tannins than its French counterpart. Heavily dependent on where they are grown for variations in flavor, Argentinian Malbec has quickly become a world favorite due to the characteristics that the high altitude climate and soils impart to the fruit.
Salentein Reserve Malbec
5.0
6 ratings
0
Salentein-Reserve-Malbec
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
Alamos Red Blend
4.2
7 ratings
1
Alamos-Red-Blend
Gold Medal Winner: 2014 Los Angeles International Wine Competition Dark berry fruit flavors, integrated with brown spice and vanilla oak characters that form a plush mouthfeel. The Tempranillo and Syrah grapes contribute bold, spicy flavors of blackberry and black pepper which marry well with the juicy dark cherry flavors of Bonarda and the deep plum flavors of the Malbec base. The addition of Cabernet Franc helps to balance the blend, as it melds with notes of warm brown spice to create a long, supple finish.
Trapiche Broquel Malbec
3.7
8 ratings
2
Trapiche-Broquel-Malbec
Intense purple red color with ruby hues. Aromas of fresh red and black fruits, floral notes, earthy minerals, with an elegant touch of smoke. Rich and spicy on the palate providing a long and pleasant finish. Ideal to combine with grilled red meats, stews, pasta with mushroom sauce and cheeses.