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is now so closely associated with Argentina that people don't realize
that it's grown anywhere else! In the high altitudes of Mendoza, Malbec
thrives. Hot sun during the day and cool nights allow the best
properties of Malbec to shine through.
The wines are usually rich
and ripe, with low acidity and low to moderate tannin at the lower
price ranges. As the prices rise, so does the complexity. The balance
starts to become more European, with higher acidity (drier wines) and
more tannin, which makes them more ageworthy.
The Catena family has conducted extensive research into the soils and microclimates of Mendoza's high altitude wine country in the foothills of the Andes mountains. At different altitudes, the family’s Malbec vineyards express a unique profile of ... more
Deep red color with violet highlights. Complex aroma of plums and mature black fruits, licorice and black pepper. Delicate, spicy notes. Tannins of firm, sweet and mature texture. Very good concentration. Round, wide in the middle of the mouth, long more
Dark, rich, roasted Blueberry and Raspberry; long finish underscored by notes of tobacco.
Tasted by our staff and now a favorite! Softer and less alcohol than most Argentine malbecs. Yet generous and loads of black fruit flavors.... more
Dark purple hues lead into spicy perfumes of liquorice and black cherry.
These follow through to the palate which adds a touch of vanilla and caramel from the French oak.
It is rounded and juicy, with hints of chocolate alongside the more
A blend of Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Tannat, Amalaya is an exquisite representaion of the unique weather and soil condiions in Argenina’s Northern Calchaqui Valley that also honors the heritage of the naive Calchaqui people. The ... more
Maipe Reserve Malbe is a smooth, complex wine with intense, savory fruit flavors, great length and elegance91 Points, Wine Advocate
The same can be said for the 2012 Malbec Reserve, a 100% hand-harvested Malbec from the estate’s finest ... more
This wine is produced from low yielding vines planted at the VISTABALTA vineyard in Lujan de Cuyo.
Intense ruby red color, with aromas of berries, coffee, spices and pepper. Round with soft sweet tannins and long silky finish. A long-lasting, ... more
Full-bodied with a great structure, this wine stands out for its volume and silky mouth-feel. It is complex, boasting smooth, well-rounded tannins that give way to a staggeringly long and lingering finish.Color: intense red with blue shades.... more
James Suckling, 90 Points
A spicy red with plum, walnut and dark-chocolate character. Medium body with firm, velvety tannins. Juicy and flavorful. Drink now.Vintage 2012. Deep red color with hints of purple. The nose expresses notes of red ... more
Deep red violet with dark fruit aromas, firm structure, full bodied, long finish. Excellent with rich spiced dishes, strong cheeses, roast or grilled meats, tuna, salmon, and chocolate.Avenida 67 Malbec is a collaboration between pioneer producer ... more
Estate grown and bottled 100 percent Malbec made of selected grapes from old vines with a production limited to 85 quintals per hectare. After a rigorous selection, the grapes are fermented for nine days in small, temperature-controlled stainless ... more
Deep red color. Complex nose with red fruits, spice aromas and an elegant touch of oak.
Excellent with cheeses, pasta and roast or grilled meats.... more
Incredible dark red/purple color. The aromas of sweet French oak and espresso get more complex with every swirl of the glass, unveiling black plum, ripe raspberry, and violet aromas. The wine is full-bodied, dense, deep and chewy with flavors of ... more
The D.O.C "Lujan de Cuyo" was created in 1989 with the objective of protecting and regulating the Malbec variety which is native to this region. As it happens with the most demanding denominations in the world, wine with the certification DOC, Lujan more