Alma Negra Malbec Sparkling Rosé 2009

External Review by Vines Wine and Spirits:

Very pale salmon skin-orange color. Faintly yeasty aromas of candied strawberry, citrus peel and biscuit. Quite dry, fresh and light on its feet; this is really shockingly subtle for a sparkling wine from Argentina.

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Varietal: Malbec
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Alma Negra:
Alma Nega (“dark soul”) is a wine that’s been produced by Ernesto Catena and Alex Bartholomaus in Mendoza, Argentina since 2003. Vineyards are located in Valle de Uco, Agrelo, La Consulta, Vistaflores, and Rivadavia, with some grapes also purchased from top area producers. Grapes are carefully selected to ensure the highest quality and best expression of the terroir. Wines a... Read more
Alma Nega (“dark soul”) is a wine that’s been produced by Ernesto Catena and Alex Bartholomaus in Mendoza, Argentina since 2003. Vineyards are located in Valle de Uco, Agrelo, La Consulta, Vistaflores, and Rivadavia, with some grapes also purchased from top area producers. Grapes are carefully selected to ensure the highest quality and best expression of the terroir. Wines are produced in a range of styles from white, red, rosé and sparkling. Read less

External Reviews for Alma Negra Malbec Sparkling Rosé

External Review
Source: Vines Wine and Spirits
11/27/2012

Very pale salmon skin-orange color. Faintly yeasty aromas of candied strawberry, citrus peel and biscuit. Quite dry, fresh and light on its feet; this is really shockingly subtle for a sparkling wine from Argentina.



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