|Region:||Argentina » Mendoza|
Very nice full on the tongue. Better with food than by itself the first day I had the bottle open. I liked it at room temperature by itself after dinner the second day. Worth trying again.
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I just received a case of this wine from my fathe in-law. He really appreciates malbecs. I am just trying right now and from I expected, it has a very inviting fruity flavor with a herby finish. It isn't the best one I've tried (agua de piedra makes a nice occasion wine) but it is defintely enjoyable. This wine lacks a little full- bodiedness th... Read More
Light and crisp with hints of pear. Floral finish but not overpowering. Would be a very good wine to take with you to a dinner party because it is very versitile and pairs well with a variety of appetizers. Fermented at low tempartures in stainless steel. Read More
Very nice full on the tongue. Better with food than by itself the first day I had the bottle open. I liked it at room temperature by itself after dinner the second day. Worth trying again. Read More
We also just tried this wine, sort of by accident on a tasting table. We loved it - for the price, I wish I could find more for everyday drinking. Read More
Deep burgandy color. Slightly astringent, but in a pleasant way. Cherries, I think? Read More