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Trivento Malbec Eolo 2011

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*93 pts - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate* *92 pts - Wine Spectator* *90 pts - Wine Enthusiast* Following thorough research on the Mendoza Region’s winegrowing potential, Concha y Toro founded Trivento Bodegas y Viñedos winery in Argentina to produce upper quality wines for the international market. The Trivento Eolo displays a vibrant purplish-hued garnet colour with aromas of camomile, cinnamon. Tea aromas make way for fuller plums and dried figs with a chocolate and pencil lead edge. It is rich and creamy on the palate with silky tannins. A perfect match for steak. 'The 2011 Eolo Malbec, pure Malbec from Lujan de Cuyo, has notes of ripe black fruit and a medium to full body with great power but keeps the elegance and balance. This is a Malbec that expresses the Lujan character together with a whiff of varnish that lifts the nose up. Through the management of irrigation, they have succeeded in lowering the alcohol level to 14.8% without compromising ripeness, so the wine feels better balanced. It is still a little bit tannic and would benefit from some time in bottle. This is a great wine reflecting a great vineyard. Drink 2015-2022'. - Luis Gutierrez, Wine Advocate

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Trivento:
  Founded in 1996 by Viña Concha y Toro, Trivento Bodegas y Viñedos aims to preserve and showcase its Mendozan terroir. Today, the winery has 3,200 acres across eight vineyards, and it distributes its wine to over 100 markets around the world.

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*93 pts - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate* *92 pts - Wine Spectator* *90 pts - Wine Enthusiast* Following thorough research on the Mendoza Region’s winegrowing potential, Concha y Toro founded Trivento Bodegas y Viñedos winery in Argentina to produce upper quality wines for the international market. The Trivento Eolo displays a vibrant purplish-hued garnet colour with aromas of camomile, cinnamon. Tea aromas make way for fuller plums and dried figs with a chocolate and pencil lead edge. It is rich and creamy on the palate with silky tannins. A perfect match for steak. 'The 2011 Eolo Malbec, pure Malbec from Lujan de Cuyo, has notes of ripe black fruit and a medium to full body with great power but keeps the elegance and balance. This is a Malbec that expresses the Lujan character together with a whiff of varnish that lifts the nose up. Through the management of irrigation, they have succeeded in lowering the alcohol level to 14.8% without compromising ripeness, so the wine feels better balanced. It is still a little bit tannic and would benefit from some time in bottle. This is a great wine reflecting a great vineyard. Drink 2015-2022'. - Luis Gutierrez, Wine Advocate

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