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Silvertop Oak Cask Malbec

2020 / 750 ml.

Item #: 79087

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Argentina | Mendoza

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Primary Grape: Malbec

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Domaine Bousquet Black Rock Malbec

2021 / 750 ml.

Item #: 90645

JS9191 pts. - JamesSuckling.com - Tuesday, May 3, 2022
Bright and racy red with black plums, cherries, fresh blackberries, violets and some dark spices. Medium-bodied and crunchy, imbued with juicy fruit and smooth tannins. Delicious food-wine, showing drinkability. Not quite complex, but you want to drink a whole glass. From organically grown grapes. Drink now. Screw cap. (James Suckling)
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Argentina | Mendoza | Tupungato

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Primary Grape: Malbec

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Crios Malbec

2021 / 750 ml.

Item #: 70898

VN9090 pts. - Vinous - Nov 2022
The 2021 Malbec Crios from the Uco Valley was 40% aged in used barrels. Purple in hue. The nose offers notes of plum and violets, which come through very clearly for a wine in this price range, over a bed of vanilla. In the mouth, it’s juicy and expansive with a little grip and a flavorful, black tea profile. The 2021 is a textured Malbec with an expressive, fruity core. (Joaquín Hidalgo)
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Argentina | Mendoza | Uco Valley

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Primary Grape: Malbec

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Shop for Malbec Wine

It's easy to see why Malbec has exploded in popularity recently. The Malbec grape displays lush fruit, bold spice, and a smooth mouth-feel, plus it's food-friendly (pair it with steaks and other red meats) and available at a wide range of prices from "everyday" to "cellar me."

The grape's traditional home has been western France, as one of six grapes permitted in Bordeaux, where it is blended with Cabernet and Merlot. Wine Master Jancis Robinson refers to French Malbec as a more "rustic" version of Merlot.

By and large, however, Malbec's new home is in Argentina, where it dominates viticulturally. Here, the Malbec grape is made into single varietal wines, as well as blended with its classic partners Cab and Merlot. The Argentine version tends to show more fruit and a more velvety texture than the French Malbec. Red Wine enthusiasts are taking notice!

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