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  1. Finca Las Moras Malbec 2020
    Finca Las Moras Malbec 2020
    What a belter of a drop! Mulberry and black currant to the fore with and engaging wild herb edge to the sweet fruits. The palate is medium-bodied and plump through the middle. Some sweet, soft tannins pull the fruit through and keep it all zipped up in a nice little package. This is nothing more then what it is supposed to be :delicious and ridiculous value. Is it going to change your life? Probably not. Are you gonna smash in about 5 mins with some pizza and a couple friends? Almost guaranteed. PWS
    2020
    Malbec
    Argentina
    437
  2. La Linda Malbec 2018
    La Linda Malbec 2018

    This is bold and beautiful Malbec from the family-owned winery where over four generations of the Arizu family had passed down their knowledge and know-how culminating in what is today considered one of the region's most prestigious labels.

    This La Linda Malbec comes from vineyards in the northern tip of the D.O.C.area presenting with intense aromas of cherries and spice that unfurl into heady earthy notes. This is velvety, elegant and has excellent structure and volume. If you're looking for that classic Argentinian Malbec this is the one. PWS

    2016
    Malbec
    Argentina
    437
    Special Price $18.00 Regular Price $20.00
  3. La Boca Malbec 2020
    La Boca Malbec 2020
    La Boca is sourced from vineyards in the Uco Valley, Argentina at elevations of up to 3500 metres. Purity and freshness is the key here with modern winemaking and very little oak to hide behind.

    The high altitude vineyards lend a lovely lifted quality to the fruit on the nose and in the mouth.
    Mulberry and black currant fruit give way to black spice and heady aromatics of violet that you don't often see. The well-established older vines yield wonderfully concentrated fruit at the core of the wine and the minimal fussing in the winemaking means that the pure fruits are allowed to shine. Plush and forward but with a lovely snap of acidity and round tannins that hold everything in check. Good stuff!
    2020
    Malbec
    Argentina
  4. Matias Riccitelli Uco Valley Malbec  2018
    Matias Riccitelli Uco Valley Malbec 2018
    The 2018 Valle de Uco Malbec has the subtitle "From Limestone Soils," as it's produced with grapes from limestone-rich soils in the Valle de Uco—since 2017, only from Gualtallary (Tupungato Winelands). It matured in a combination of concrete and used barrels. It's a powerful Malbec from a stony place, and it can ripen very slowly; you have to be careful, and it's normally harvested early with low yields and a lot of power. It has plenty of flowers, wild herbs and spices; abundant, fine-grained tannins; and a dry, serious finish. LUIS GUTIERREZ
    2018
    Malbec
    Argentina
    437
  5. Chacra Barda Pinot Noir 2018
    Chacra Barda Pinot Noir 2018
    The 2018 Barda saw 60% of the volume matured in concrete to keep the freshness and crunchiness of the Pinot Noir fruit in the wine, and the rest was in barrels for eight months. It's lighter than 2017, which was very concentrated given the extremely low yields, and the wine goes back to the balance of previous years (with normal yields); there's great harmony and purity here. The palate is fresh, the flavors are clean and pure and there is great length. There's great energy. It has to be one of the finest vintages of Barda. This is an incredible value, a great Pinot Noir from Río Negro at a very attractive price point LUIS GUTIERREZ, The Wine Advocate
    2018
    Pinot noir
    Argentina
    437
  6. Matias Riccitelli Tinto de la Casa Malbec 2019
    Matias Riccitelli Tinto de la Casa Malbec 2019
    It’s the result of the co-fermentation Malbec-Malbec coming from two different vineyards. 50% of this vines comes from Las Compuertas at 1100 msnm planted on one meter high of loamy clay soil a and a rocky subsoil with a great drainage, the other 50% coming from Gualtallary at 1400 msnm planted on calcareous soils that give Malbec its spicy characteristics. Fermentation is done with 50% whole bunches in small vats of French oak with wild yeasts between 26º to 28º Centigrade. Aging goes on in these same French oak vats until the next vintage. RICCITELLI
    2019
    Malbec
    Argentina
    437
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