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Viños Magalí Malbec Luján de Cuyo Limited Edition 2000

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Vineyard Notes: The grapes were grown in Finca (vineyard) Agrelo located in Luján de Cuyo, in the Province of Mendoza, in the west of Argentina, 10 miles to the Southwest of the city of Mendoza at 2,750 feet (850 meters) above sea level. The region is at the foot of the Cordillera de los Andes and the pearl of the Andes, the Aconcagua. Production: Their grapes are hand picked by trained pickers. This method as opposed to mechanical harvesting, allows pickers to select individual bunches according to their ripeness and to eliminate unhealthy fruit. The fruit is gently handled and put into small containers since the shallower the depth of fruit, the less damage it will suffer. They subject the wines to minimal aeration and agitation and bottles are filled slowly so that there is no splashing or foaming. The entire process is stress free to protect the outstanding features of the wines. They use the highest quality corks as stoppers to avoid contamination and harmful contact with oxygen.

Region: Argentina » Mendoza

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Winery: Viños Magalí
Color: Red
Varietal: Malbec
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Snooth User: Kyoske16
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5.00 5
12/06/2007

The amount listed on this wine must be wrong. Although I was shocked to find out that it is normally only $24.95 per Bottle. I know it must be more than $12.00 Let me just put this out there. THIS IS HANDS DOWN THE BEST WINE I'VE HAD! I received it as a gift, and it looked slightly fancy so I saved it. I think for this reason I probably thought of it as better, but the wine is pretty much the best Malbec (which is my favorite grape) I've had. It managed to be both flirtaciously fruity and bold with a strong body. LOL...so possibly the wine is a gay man. All I know is I saved the bottle to this day!



Vineyard Notes: The grapes were grown in Finca (vineyard) Agrelo located in Luján de Cuyo, in the Province of Mendoza, in the west of Argentina, 10 miles to the Southwest of the city of Mendoza at 2,750 feet (850 meters) above sea level. The region is at the foot of the Cordillera de los Andes and the pearl of the Andes, the Aconcagua. Production: Their grapes are hand picked by trained pickers. This method as opposed to mechanical harvesting, allows pickers to select individual bunches according to their ripeness and to eliminate unhealthy fruit. The fruit is gently handled and put into small containers since the shallower the depth of fruit, the less damage it will suffer. They subject the wines to minimal aeration and agitation and bottles are filled slowly so that there is no splashing or foaming. The entire process is stress free to protect the outstanding features of the wines. They use the highest quality corks as stoppers to avoid contamination and harmful contact with oxygen.

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