SOLD OUTLongaví 2015 Malbec
Featured in our International Wine of the Month Club
- de los Andes
- Exclusive Import — Gold Medal Wine Club
- Maule Valley, Chile
- 100% Malbec
- 12 months in French Oak
- Enjoy Until
The Longaví 2015 Malbec comes from the Maule Valley of Chile, easily one of the largest wine producing areas that also possesses some of the country’s oldest vines. The red wines from Maule Valley are held in the highest regard, producing full-bodied wines with concentrated dark berry flavors and an herbal tinge. Longaví’s 2015 Malbec presents red fruit aromas with subtle floral and graphite notes, soft round tannins, intense and brilliant concentrated fruit flavors, and a long, elegant finish. Try pairing the Malbec with roasted or baked lamb, Spanish “tapas” like Serrano jam and Chorizo sausage, and Spanish omelettes.
A collaboration between two friends from different continents, Longaví Winery explores the undiscovered terroir of the newly established Leyda Valley and the renowned vineyards of Chile’s Maule Valley.
A chance meeting some years ago at the acclaimed London Wine Fair prod ...Read more...
Seak with Chimichurri Marinade & Dried Chili-Mustard Sauce
A wonderful steak and chimichurri recipe that will delight even the toughest of critics! Serve with a bottle of Malbec from your International Wine shipment.View Recipe
Goddess Brown Rice Bowl with Fermented Veggies or Tsukemono
An authentic and original recipe from Lucas & Lewellen, pair this Brown Rice Bowl with the Malbec in your recent Gold Wine Club shipment!View Recipe
"A wonderful flank steak on the grill recipe I invented that friends just love! My girls think this is great, and it doesn't take long to grill. This also works great when sliced and used for fajitas." Pair it with your Gold wine of the month club wines!View Recipe
Empanadas de Manzana (Apple Empanadas)
A delicious Chilean empanadas recipe filled with heavenly apples, cinnamon, sugar, and more. Pair it with your Chilean wines from your recent International Wine Club shipment.View Recipe
Four Cheese Potato Gnocchi Gratin
There is an old South American ritual occurring every 29th day of each month, where the family gathers together and eats gnocchi. The Argentines call the day “noquis del 29”. Amazingly creamy and would pair nicely with a Malbec.View Recipe