This was an interesting Malbec, surprisingly light and very easy to drink on the porch after dinner. The flavors are not intense in your mouth
I would pass on this one. It has a green character to it that flaws it. At this price point I would go with a Terrazas any day over this.
Smooth and delightful blackberry jam, but not overly sweet or over powering. Great social wine after skiing or before dinner.
Three and a half glasses
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Intense red color. A fleshy wine with aromas of liquorice Leather, tobacco, chocolate, smoke and dried fruit. Intense blackberry flavor.
Notes: Fermentation and maceration in small concrete vats during over 25 days. Pneumatic pressing. Natural malolactic fermentation. Aged for nine months in American oak barrels.
|Sugar: 2.18 grams per liter||Total Acidity: 5.81 grams per liter|
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