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Malbec

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$12.00 $9.99
"The youthful and aromatic 2016 Malbec has an alcohol level that is one degree lower than the 2015, as the grapes where harvested earlier because of the problems with the vintage. This ended up being an advantage to produce a light and very drinkable Malbec, balsamic and aromatic, even minty with something that reminded me of basil leaves. The palate is similar to the 2015, a tad fresher, and even if they are very similar in style this 2016 is more exuberant in the aromas. A triumph over the vintage. A perfect introduction to Mendoza Malbec at a very attractive price. Some 390,000 bottles produced."
Robert Parker 90 pts
$17.00 $13.99
"A juicy, fruity red, with concentrated red plum and raspberry flavors matched to notes of white pepper. Offers a fresh finish, showing spicy accents. Drink now through 2019. 4,500 cases made."
Wine Spectator 88 pts
$28.00 $23.99
"The one blend in the Eggo range is the 2015 Eggo Tinto de Tiza, which mixes Malbec with 10% Cabernet Franc and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon fermented in 2,000-liter egg-shaped cement vats where the wine matured for almost one year. This feels quite complete and balanced, with good ripeness while keeping the balance and poise. The palate is juicy and fresh, with fine-grained tannins and a bittersweet finish akin to sour cherries. Very tasty and long."
Robert Parker 94 pts
$18.00 $14.99
"One of four different Malbecs in the appellation series, this comes from alluvial soils to the north of the village of Vista Flores. Aged in 35% new oak, it’s smooth and well balanced, with fine tannins, lots of blackberry fruit and well integrated vanilla spice. A crowd pleaser."
Vineria
$35.00 $35.00
"The second vintage of this unoaked, groundbreaking Malbec. The nose is a little reticent, not explosive, a little backward, transmitting a sense of seriousness and harmony. But, the palate is electric, you really feel like you're licking the limestone-covered stones that you have in the vineyards. It ends with a dry, dusty sensation, avoiding sweetness at all cost. This is all texture and salinity. Maybe not for all, but I loved it. 20,000 bottles were produced."
Robert Parker 94 pts
$20.00 $17.99
"New vintage "
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$14.00 $12.99
"The nose is very fruit-driven and mixes berries with a hint of pollen and honey, giving it an accessible and easy to understand profile. The palate is juicy, with cherry flavors and almost unnoticeable tannins. It ends dry, with seriousness. 100,000 bottles produced."
Robert Parker 90 pts
$25.00 $16.99
"Ripe and rich, with boysenberry and blackberry flavors that feature plenty of creamy notes. Intense dark chocolate accents envelop the muscular finish, showing plenty of graphite and spice details. Drink now through 2019. 1,200 cases imported"
Wine Spectator 90 pts
$60.00 $39.00
"This is a serious, elegant red, with clean, delineated aromas, very good balance between fruit, spice and well-integrated oak, with a mineral sensation. The palate is medium to full-bodied. Powerful but sleek, very balanced and classy, with pungent flavors and well-integrated alcohol, this is a very elegant Argentine blend. It is drinkable now but should age well."
Robert Parker 94 pts
$16.00 $15.59
"Black cherry, blackberry and marzipan aromas are full, lusty and inviting. This has a chewy, full-bodied and layered mouthfeel to go with the dark-fruit flavors that are aided by spice notes. A peppery chocolaty finish is solid, ripe and friendly. Drink through 2020."
Wine Enthusiast 91 pts
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