While there is a world of wine beyond Malbec, any discussion of Argentine wine really needs to at least touch on this noble grape. Whether you are looking for an introduction to the deep, slightly spicy fruit of Malbec, presented in a classic, soft, rich mouth filling style or are ready to explore the unique expressions of some of the finest single vineyard bottlings around, Trapiche has a wine for you.
Simply put, Trapiche offers a remarkable variety of wines, utilizing the best terroirs of Argentina to produce a dizzying array of fine wines. With Trapiche, each grape, from Bonarda to Pinot Noir, Chardonnay to Torrontes, is matched with its ideal terroir, carefully monitored throughout the growing season, hand harvested and then carefully vinified to bring you a delicious bottle time after time.
So grab a bottle of Trapiche today and explore the best that Argentina has to offer!
Get to know TrapicheWhile I love a good Malbec, there is so much more to the Argentine wine than just Malbec. Argentina is a region that will handsomely reward exploring, and no one offers a better line-up of Argentine wines than Trapiche – one of Argentina’s original (125 years and counting!), and most recognized, wineries. There really is a wine for almost every palate, and at every price point, in Trapiche’s broad and inclusive portfolio.
From the everyday to the unexpected, you can count on finding the wine you need in Trapiche's diverse portfolio. Whether you are looking to take home a few bottles from their Varietal series to brighten up your mid-week dinner, or explore their outstanding Single Vineyard Malbecs with your wine loving freinds and family, you can't go wrong with your favorite bottles from Trapiche.
Explore all that Argentina has to offer - With TrapicheTrapiche Broquel Bonarda
With deep notes of plum, moist earth and tobacco on the nose, backed up by noticeable vanilla notes, this smells like it's going to deliver a pretty powerful layer of dark fruit. On the palate there is plenty of slightly confected black cherry and plum fruits, again with a note of read more...vanilla and oaken spice, but this is smooth and silky with a nice touch of leather on the finish. Solid and fun.
Trapiche Oak Cask Chardonnay
Fairly spicy on the nose with an underlay of baking spices and rich apple, and pineapple fruit. On entry this is a bit tight almost but fleshes out well in the mouth. It’s not a big wine but rather well balanced with refreshing acids keeping things lively and a nice core of fresh fruit accented by a bit of wood spice. The moderately long finish shows more of a citrus character and ends on a slightly creamy finale.