Malbec is a red wine varietal with purple grapes. Originated from France and surging in Argentina and become the national varietal. Medium to full-bodied with flavours like plums, blackberry and jammy.
The nose is very expressive and clear with aromas of red fruits and tobacco. On the palate, the fruit is juicy and the tannins are round. A few notes of minerality and a clean style.A balance and a straight structure that make it a very pleasant wine to drink.
A complex nose that reveals notes of red fruits and oak, despite still being rather closed. There are also aromas of blackcurrant and blueberry. In the mouth, the combination of every element - tannins, oak, fruit and sweetness is very successful. This delightfully full-flavoured wine displays a beautiful texture, with well-structured and pleasant tannins. Goes well with meat dishes and dessert.
Deep dark chocolate enticing cedar aromas appear first on the nose followed by wafting notes of blackberry jam, cherry, and cassis. The firm, well-structured palate features robust yet sweet tannins and a broad range of flavours ranging from black cherry and red fruits carried along by the richness of its oak and vanilla notes. Food suggestions: Hearty beef dishes such as goulash and stroganoff.
Los arboles Malbec fells fruity on the palate. It is a medium-bodied and balanced wine. Nice with roasted red meats, fishes such as roasted red tuna with and intense sauce, roasted poultry, different pork dishes and pasta stuffed with meat
In the mid Uco Valley county of Tunuyan, the Andes mountains kick in to east, bringing them much closer to the vineyards. At 4,000 ‘ elevation lies the district of Los Chacayes which boasts very rock, limestone rich soils. This soil profile produces Malbec with delicate floral aromas, deep blue fruit flavours and a salty mineralogy. The wine is co-fermented with 10-12% Cabernet Franc for additional complexity.
The Uco Valley is located 30 miles to the south, southwest of the city of Mendoza. Altitudes range from 3,700’ to 5,000’ elevation. The Uco Valley has a shallow soil profile with a sandy – silt texture. This soil profile produces Malbecs with intense floral aromatics, dark fruit flavors, rich texture and a bright, fresh finish – mountain soil Malbec.
This is a smooth blend of 2 classic Argentinean grapes, offering a rich, red-colored wine with violet hues, redolent of plums and cherries, with a subtle hint of black pepper. Medium bodied, juicy with a lingering taste. Great with a vareity of grilled meat.
Sweet entry, persistent, very good concentration, unctuous highlighting the red fruits and black cassis strawberries of elegant round ripe tannins. Smoked towards the end of the mouth. Freshness, excellent acidity; high persistence
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.
An intensely red wine with aromas and flavors of violets, plums, cherries, red fruits and black pepper. It boasts firm and round tannins, a medium-to-high body, and a very fruity character. Great balance between alcohol and freshness.