Tamarí Malbec 2011

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Color: Intense and deep red garnet. Aroma: Flowery notes of violets and jasmine, ripe red fruits, like plums, cherrie...

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Sweet and smoky on the nose with a gentle green herbal base note under attractive black currant and red cherry fruit all topped with rather spicy o... Read more

Dark fruit not as dry as most Malbecs. Seemed to be a bit dry on the finish but nonetheless uncharacteristic of a Malbec's bone dryness. Read more

Tamar comes from the huarpe language, spoken by the ancient native people of Mendoza. It means doing things with love, passion and sensitivity . Read more

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Editorial Reviews for Tamarí Malbec

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065196,388
2.00 5
10/17/2013

Sweet and smoky on the nose with a gentle green herbal base note under attractive black currant and red cherry fruit all topped with rather spicy oak. Light and fresh, if relatively heavily laden with oak on entry. This is a bit rough around the edges with plenty of wood tannin throwing the wine a bit out of balance. the fruit is fresh with hints of licorice and and spice, but the berry tones are layered under the wood. The finish is short and a bit dry with wood tannin. Smells better than it tastes with tart red fruit appearing on the raw finish. 80pts


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Snooth User: connie7899
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3.00 5
06/14/2013

Dark fruit not as dry as most Malbecs. Seemed to be a bit dry on the finish but nonetheless uncharacteristic of a Malbec's bone dryness.


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Source: NapaCabs.com
03/27/2013

Tamar comes from the huarpe language, spoken by the ancient native people of Mendoza. It means doing things with love, passion and sensitivity .


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10/17/2013

Winemaker's Notes:

Color: Intense and deep red garnet. Aroma: Flowery notes of violets and jasmine, ripe red fruits, like plums, cherries and chocolate morello cherry. Aging in oak barrels adds complexity, and notes of hazelnuts, almonds and cinnamon. Taste: Medium body, with notes of plums, caramel and toffee.

Color: Intense and deep red garnet. Aroma: Flowery notes of violets and jasmine, ripe red fruits, like plums, cherries and chocolate morello cherry. Aging in oak barrels adds complexity, and notes of hazelnuts, almonds and cinnamon. Taste: Medium body, with notes of plums, caramel and toffee.

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