Big fruit with an amazing aroma. Very fragrant, with a long smokey finish. Nice concentration and ripe tannins. Great value at around $10.
Loads of dark fruit and smoke on the nose, on the palate the fruit delivers with hints of vanilla and barrel spice making the finish as velvety as can be. The combination makes this a hands down winner. To be fair, value wines are plentiful coming out of Argentina. I’ve had offerings from Alamos and Terrazas de los Andes that blow the quality to price ratio straight out of the water. That said those two were enjoyable based on the forwardness of their fruit and didn’t display near the complexity of this one. Wonder if I can find anymore!
My rating; 90. Has smooth complex silky mouthfeel. long nose not overpowering but rather complex, hint of cigar box( without the cigars, better call it cedar smell) Amazing value
this is a very drinkable wine in and of itself. but in consideration of its value ratio, it really becomes a noteworthy wine. generally, a good argentine malbec is always a great value, and this is no different. ranks up there with alamos seleccion as one of the best everyday reds you will find. dark berries and lots of barrel spices, good depth, complex, yet balanced in acidity and finish. imo, serve it at cellar temp, no higher than 59 degrees F.
I really liked this wine. Great value with a price around $11. Blueberries, licorice, silky and peppery
Acidic without being sour. Lots of fruit. Red cherries.
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