Malbec is a red grape variety long known as one of the six grapes allowed in the blend of red Bordeaux wine. Originally from southwestern France, Malbec has become the flagship grape of Argentinean wines. Argentina now has over three times more acres of Malbec planted than France does, and most people around the world now know the grape in the oaky, ripe and rich style made in this South American country.
Very aromatic, with definitive floral and exotic characteristics, the flavors are ultra concentrated berry and jam flavors. We have featured Malbec in our Gold, Garagiste and International Wine Clubs for our members. Cheers!
Camino D'Oro Winery
Artisan winemaker and viticulturist Tom Meadowcroft crafts wines of explosive strength and diverse character
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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.
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The operation started small, producing just 125 cases in 2013, this year it is still under 1000 cases
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Riboli Family Vineyard
With a history as one of California's first winemaking families, they have created an incredible legacy
The residents of Southern California, and greater Los Angeles in parti ...Read more...