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Below average Mendoza Malbec. Not a very high concentration of fruit or oak. Very unbalanced. High acidity with low tannins. Read more
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Plain and uncomplicated. Left for a while a sweet raisiny flavour comes out and overpowers any more subtle tones. Read more
Food Pairings for Domaine Jean Bousquet Malbec Tupungato
Below average Mendoza Malbec. Not a very high concentration of fruit or oak. Very unbalanced. High acidity with low tannins.
Plain and uncomplicated. Left for a while a sweet raisiny flavour comes out and overpowers any more subtle tones.
disappointing and a bit harsh. no full fruity taste. don't like. too bad cuz it's organic and i wanted to like it.
External Reviews for Domaine Jean Bousquet Malbec Tupungato
Eye | Opaque violet, almost black color typical of top quality ArgentineMalbec.Nose | Intense rich aromas of blackberry fruit with spicy black pepper notesand blackcurrant.Mouth | Ripe plum and chocolate flavors with a very soft, supple mouthfeel.Excellent structure and length.Food Pairing | Ideal with red meats, sauces, cheese and pasta dishes.
<p>This full-bodied, dark red wine has an active nose of dark berries, plums, spices, and hints of smokiness. The flavor is composed mostly of plum with hints of oak, and its smooth tannins give it a nice balance. A chewy wine that is a great compliment to red meat, pork, and pasta.</p>
Dietary Information: Organic
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