Hermanos Malbec Tannat 2010

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Intense red color with purple hues. Aromas of ripe red fruit with notes of dried fruits. Great structure, round and w...

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I had this as part of a Argentinian tasting at a local wine store. Made from 70% Malbec 30% Tannat. This had a darker purple hue than the ones tas... Read more

Tannat is an acerbic grape, sometimes tough to control even in a blend, but it does good work here, giving a woody tinge to an otherwise bright mal... Read more

A sleeper – the nose doesn’t give much away, and in the mouth it’s a fairly light blend of red currants and tart berries, but the warm finish lasts... Read more

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Snooth User: shsim
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2.50 5
08/15/2012

I had this as part of a Argentinian tasting at a local wine store. Made from 70% Malbec 30% Tannat. This had a darker purple hue than the ones tasted so far. It has a fruit jammy smell and had notes of spices. It was light and not flavorful, lacking in fruits. For more on the tasting, please visit http://dionyshius.blogspot.com/2012/08/sd-wine-co-argentinian.html


Snooth User: Argovino
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3.50 5
04/29/2013

Tannat is an acerbic grape, sometimes tough to control even in a blend, but it does good work here, giving a woody tinge to an otherwise bright malbec. It’s a hot wine at first – 14% alcohol is probably an underestimate – but the finish is expansive. A good match for red sauce Italian. (AV 86, http://argovino.com/?p=690)


Snooth User: Argovino
1278402711
4.00 5
04/29/2013

A sleeper – the nose doesn’t give much away, and in the mouth it’s a fairly light blend of red currants and tart berries, but the warm finish lasts and lasts. A nice change of pace from heavily oaked Mendoza malbecs, especially for varietal purists, from vines at 6,600 feet above sea level. (AV 87, http://argovino.com/?p=721)


Winemaker's Notes:

Intense red color with purple hues. Aromas of ripe red fruit with notes of dried fruits. Great structure, round and with a long finish in the mouth. We recommend popping the bottle thirty minutes before consumption and serving slightly below room temperature. Our favorite pairings are a flank steak or a lamb cassoulet, though it goes surprisingly well with tandoori chicken.

Intense red color with purple hues. Aromas of ripe red fruit with notes of dried fruits. Great structure, round and with a long finish in the mouth. We recommend popping the bottle thirty minutes before consumption and serving slightly below room temperature. Our favorite pairings are a flank steak or a lamb cassoulet, though it goes surprisingly well with tandoori chicken.

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