Finca El Origen Malbec Gran Reserva 2011
This is the darkest red wine I've ever had. Barely any light passes through it, it's almost black! Likewise, feels heavy in the mouth. Lot's of fruit. turns your lips dark purple and black.Add winemaker's notes
Finca El Origen began in the 1990s, when Chile’s Carolina Wine Brands decided to expand its viticulture activities into Argentina. In 2002, the company began marketing the first wines under the Finca El Origin label. The grapes used in our wines have always been renowned for its quality, these being used by prestigious wineries for their ultra-premium wines. If you need further information, please visit our blog: http://fincaelorigen.blogspot.com/
This is the darkest red wine I've ever had. Barely any light passes through it, it's almost black! Likewise, feels heavy in the mouth. Lot's of fruit. turns your lips dark purple and black.
This is a medium bodied Malbec from Argentina. Nose was somewhat muted but still pleasant. Noted hints of blueberries and plums in a background of spiciness that tend to cover up the fruit flavors. A good Malbec for this price but there are definitely better Argentina wines out there.
Found at Cobblestone's Ocean NJ Bought 5 - Boxed & tissue wrapped. Delicious full body plenty of tannens. A great meritage.
absolutely loved it
I first bought this wine at my local grocers when they were recommending "Good wines under $10". I didn't expect much, but was quite surprised that this lovely, deep violet red delivered nicely, complimenting many foods. I can drink this teary red with a meal or after, or just on its own, and find it delightful and smooth for an inexpensive red. It is fruity in a dark, rich way and lingers well. One of my new favorite Malbecs, I recommend this to all my red-wine loving friends.
Food Pairings for Finca El Origen Malbec Gran Reserva
<p>This spicy wine is full bodied and intense violet color. The nose feature floral and red fruit scents, with chocolate and vanilla accents. Soft in the mouth with sweet, velvety tannins. Recommended to serve at 18 degrees Celsius</p>
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