Founded in 1996 by Viña Concha y Toro, Trivento Bodegas y Viñedos aims to preserve and showcase its Mendozan terroir. Today, the winery has 3,200 acres across eight vineyards, and it distributes its wine to over 100 markets around the world.
First I gave this wine 3/5 for smoothness and ease of drinking. Paired well with pasta. After several tastings reduced the score to 2/5 for the wine is a bit uninspiring. Still ok for the price.
This is our favorite wine in the under $15 category. Great tasting Malbec and is different from the Golden Reserve. The only complaint would be consistency of quality. One out of every 20 bottles have been below average. However, a bad bottle is still better than most wines in this category and price range.
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A deep red wine with dark blue tones and aromas of dark fruit combining with notes of black pepper, anise, cinnamon and chocolate. Lush flavors of plums and berries give way to velvety tannins and a persistent and pleasant finish.
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<p> </p> <p>Made in Mendoza, Argentina, this wine is composed of 72% Malbec, 16% Bonarda, and 12% Syrah. Amado Sur is a deep red wine with dark blue tones and aromas of dark fruit. </p> <p> </p>
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