A deep purple in colour, Kaiken's 'Clasico' Malbec shows aromas of red fruits such as plums and blackberries, complemented by notes of chocolate and tobacco. On the palate this wine displays extraordinary balance, freshness and soft tannins.
An intense claret coloured Malbec from Argentina with a complex nose with a combination of red fruits such as cherries and a hint of violets. Smooth mouth feel, this is a fresh and fruit wine that carries vanilla and caramel notes from ageing in small oak barrels. A well defined structure and drinking beautifully now.
Attractive red colour with violet hues and aromas of intense ripe fruit, cherries, blackberries, blueberries, and fresh plums, combined with spicy and floral hints. In the mouth the sweet and round tannins increase its fruit sensation and balance. A wine of good intensity, concentration and long after taste.
The colour is pale yellow with green hints, it presents intense floral aromas combined with tropical fruit and citric notes. The palate is concentrated with refreshing mineral sensations and an elegant finish.
This Malbec sourced from meticulously worked vineyards in Vitsta Flores has a deep purple colour with blue flashes and great acidity that provides freshness and mineral texture. The wine is very well balanced, one of those Malbecs that can be drunk on its own. It is a super match for beef, pizza and hard cheese.
Intense deep red colour with violet hues. Complex aromas of plums and ripe cherries and violets. It is enhanced by the presence of dry fruits and mint hints. A wine of great concentration and complexity showing sweet and voluminous tannins.
From selected vineyards in the Uco Valley, ruby red in colour with firm tannins; great fresh fruit aromas with lush acidity and a long finish. It can be consumed now but will age beautifully for several years.
This sweet Pinot Noir which is harvested late is intense deep red colour with violet hues. Complex aromas of plums and ripe cherries and violets. It is enhanced by the presence of dry fruits and mint hints. A wine of great concentration and complexity showing sweet and voluminous tannins. This wine is a brilliant match with cheese.
The combination of individually selected blocks of Malbec that have been fermented in subtley toasted new oak barrels allows the wine to show expressions of fully ripened fruit aromas with strong plum and cassis. The palate is backed up with floral and spiced nuances.
Deep and intense ruby red colour with violet dyes. Intense with great aromatic expressions and concentrated floral notes and black pepper, combined with ripe red fruits like plum and blackberry. Its long ageing in French oak gives elegant smoked notes with tobacco and chocolate. Begins sweet and generous on the palate with a long and elegant finish
One of the top 5 Malbec estates. This is all dark fruits and big spice. Soft blueberry and blackberry scents lead to floral aromas and hints of cinnamon in a sophisticated balance. Full-bodied with velvety tannins and fresh acidity.
The wine making for Zuccardi`s Concreto involves 50% whole cluster fermentation in concrete vats without expoxy using native yeasts and maceration for 20 days. The wine presents cool fruit and slate character with dried herb undertones.
One of the Great Wines from Mendozan Estate Pulenta, the Gran Cabernet Franc is a bold and powerful wine. Deep ruby in color, with an intense aroma of roasted pepper, eucalyptus and spice. Its entrance on the palate is sweet and smooth, due to the presence of round and ripe tannins.
Blend of Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Deep and intense ruby red color with violet dyes. It shows a great aromatic intensity of ripe red and black fruits, blended with spicy and mineral notes like black pepper and eucalyptus. Its long ageing in French oak shines elegant smoked aromas of vanilla, tobacco and chocolate.
The Malbec specialists at Altos Las Hormigas are based in Luján de Cuyo, the only officially recognised appellation in Mendoza. The grapes are sourced from the alluvial terrace of Altamira, lying at 1,200 metres above sea level.
Bodega Colomé was established in 1831 by the Spanish Governor of Salta, Nicolás Severo de Isasmendi y Echalar. In 1854, his daughter Ascensión, who was married to José Benjamín Dávalos, brought the first French pre-phylloxera Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon vines to Colomé.