Red Rock Winery Malbec California Reserve 2010

External Review by We Speak Wine:

Although it was historically grown as a blending grape in the Bordeaux region of France, it has seen recent popularity as a single‐varietal wine out of Argentina. Malbec, a thin‐skinned grape, thrives with the abundance of sun and warm, dry weather offered in some growing climates in California. Like France, California has traditionally used Malbec as a blending grape but opportunities to showcase this full‐bodied varietal are increasing. Malbec is characterized by its deep purple color, smooth tannins, and ripe fruit flavors. - Winery

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Red Rock Winery:
Over the past decade Red Rock has gained an enviable reputation for producing superb ultra premium wines. They are handcrafted on the estate from vines that creep up the side of a dormant volcano west of Geelong. The mineral-rich soil, low rainfall and cool climate result in a unique terroir which, when coupled with sensitive winemaking, yields distinctly individual wines with power and finesse.

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01/27/2013

Three and a half glasses


External Reviews for Red Rock Winery Malbec California Reserve

External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
01/03/2013

Although it was historically grown as a blending grape in the Bordeaux region of France, it has seen recent popularity as a single‐varietal wine out of Argentina. Malbec, a thin‐skinned grape, thrives with the abundance of sun and warm, dry weather offered in some growing climates in California. Like France, California has traditionally used Malbec as a blending grape but opportunities to showcase this full‐bodied varietal are increasing. Malbec is characterized by its deep purple color, smooth tannins, and ripe fruit flavors. - Winery


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
09/10/2013

Although it was historically grown as a blending grape in the Bordeaux region of France, it has seen recent popularity as a single‐varietal wine out of Argentina. Malbec, a thin‐skinned grape, thrives with the abundance of sun and warm, dry weather offered in some growing climates in California. Like France, California has traditionally used Malbec as a blending grape but opportunities to showcase this full‐bodied varietal are increasing. Malbec is characterized by its deep purple color, smooth tannins, and ripe fruit flavors. - Winery ** SOLD OUT **



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