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1919 Malbec 2020

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A saturated red-purple color, aromas of crushed berries, followed by jammy blue and black berry fruit flavors, a medium bodied texture, and low acidity and soft tannins in the finish

Malbec is a full-bodied red wine that grows mostly in Argentina. Known for its plump, dark fruit flavors and smoky finish, Malbec wine offers a great alternative to higher priced Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. However, there’s more to Malbec than just value. Learn the secrets of Malbec wine, some great Malbec food pairing tips, and 4 amazing facts that will change the way you think about this ‘lowly’ wine grape.

The grape was grown in Argentina for some time, and the wine was, according to its fans, outstanding. Argentine growers were able to produce and sell Malbec at prices lower than producers from other countries could, and the result — high quality Malbec's at reasonable prices that appealed to selective but price-conscious consumers. Malbec from Argentina still has the same profile, but like any varietal, some are better than others. We’re convinced that the best Malbec produced today is Finca Lopez Noceti’s “1919.” The flavor profile and the price, less than $15, make this wine a must-try. Give 1919 Malbec a taste test of your own, and let us know what you think.

A saturated red-purple color, aromas of crushed berries, followed by jammy blue and black berry fruit flavors, a medium bodied texture, and low acidity and soft tannins in the finish

Malbec is a full-bodied red wine that grows mostly in Argentina. Known for its plump, dark fruit flavors and smoky finish, Malbec wine offers a great alternative to higher priced Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. However, there’s more to Malbec than just value. Learn the secrets of Malbec wine, some great Malbec food pairing tips, and 4 amazing facts that will change the way you think about this ‘lowly’ wine grape.

The grape was grown in Argentina for some time, and the wine was, according to its fans, outstanding. Argentine growers were able to produce and sell Malbec at prices lower than producers from other countries could, and the result — high quality Malbec's at reasonable prices that appealed to selective but price-conscious consumers. Malbec from Argentina still has the same profile, but like any varietal, some are better than others. We’re convinced that the best Malbec produced today is Finca Lopez Noceti’s “1919.” The flavor profile and the price, less than $15, make this wine a must-try. Give 1919 Malbec a taste test of your own, and let us know what you think.

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