Saturated dark violet color; dark fruits and bitter chocolate on the somewhat “tight” nose, with a strong kirsch note emerging with aeration; powerful and deep, with a grip and flavors of cass... Read More
The Catena Zapata Malbec Argentino 2008 shows a saturated dark violet color; the nose offers cassis, mocha and clove, along with a strong suggestion of soil tones. It combines density and swee... Read More
Our most sophisticated Felino malbec yet carries a deep magenta hue and aromas of dark berries and anise. On the palate, intense, pure flavors of just-picked raspberries, black plum and graphi... Read More
"The nose is phenomenal in this wine. It makes my head spin with so much beautiful perfumes of violets, lavender, sandalwood, mineral, dried fruits, figs. Full body, with phenomenal depth of f... Read More
Deep violet in color with enticing blackberry aromas. The flavors are abundant, with black cherry, ripe plums and toasty vanilla. The explosive finish features bittersweet chocolate and a hint... Read More
Appearance: Extremely dark red/violet with blue notes.
Nose: Violets, juicy black plums, cassis and blueberry with spicy notes.
Palate: Opulent and muscular structure with velvety texture and ... Read More
Terrazas is one of the top names when it comes to great Argentina Malbec. This 2011 has burst of red and blue fruits like cherry and plums, and rose hip, followed by elegant notes of lavender.... Read More
97 points James Suckling: There is a clarity and purity to this malbec with dark berries, pepper, rose petal, violets. Even cloves. Full body, with wonderfully fine tannins and a polished and ... Read More
99 Points, James Suckling: "The transparency and beauty to this wine is extraordinary. Blackberries, walnuts, spices and tile or terra-cotta which comes from the clay soils. Salty undertones. ... Read More
Terrazas De Los Andes is an Argentine winery with an interesting history. Established in 1960 by the Champagne producer Moet and Chandon. This was the first property owned by Moet located outs... Read More