Trivento Eolo Malbec 2013 Lujan de Cuyo Argentina
 
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Trivento Eolo Malbec 2013 Lujan de Cuyo Argentina
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Wine Spectator 92 points - A polished red, with plush, spicy accents to the rich, ripe flavors of blackberry, mocha and plum pudding. Finishes with notes of cocoa powder and cream. Very suave. Drink now through 2021. 650 cases made. -KM.June/2017

Wine Advocate 95 points - The top of the range is the 2014 Eolo, a pure Malbec from a special vineyard planted in 1912 and produced by Enrique Tirado, Concha y Toro’s winemaker for top wines like Don Melchor. It fermented with selected yeasts and matured for 18 months in French oak barrels, 70% of them new. What they changed in this wine is the date of the harvest, which has been earlier and earlier, but it still remains quite oaky, in a classical Bordeaux style. It’s classical Lujan Malbec, representing the volume and the voluptuous texture, the power and concentration while keeping good freshness. It is textured and juicy, with dense tannins but a lot of elegance. It has all that it takes for a long and positive development in bottle, and hopefully the oak will get better integrated with more time in bottle. This is a notch above the 2013, but I’d like to see more subtle oak here. Remarkable. 7,886 bottles were filled in November 2015..June/2018

James Suckling 93 points - Fantastic aromas of blueberries and violets follow through to a full body, very fine tannins and a focused finish. Shows finesse and beauty. Drink now..June/2017

Trivento is the name of Chile’s giant Concha y Toro in Mendoza. They produce 30 million bottles (yes, you read it correctly!) and own 1,500 hectares of vineyards, but they also have some small crafted lots that I had the chance to try with winemaker German di Cesare. The wines seem to have improved in the last few years and show restraint, balance, approachability and freshness at affordable prices. Very reliable wines, showing the character of the places, grapes and vintages, with good availability and affordable prices. - Luis Gutierrez, 237, The Wine Advocate, 29th Jun 2018

Enjoy with grilled meats including beef and game. Also excellent with spicy dishes, and aged cheeses.

Wine Spectator 92 points - A polished red, with plush, spicy accents to the rich, ripe flavors of blackberry, mocha and plum pudding. Finishes with notes of cocoa powder and cream. Very suave. Drink now through 2021. 650 cases made. -KM.June/2017

Wine Advocate 95 points - The top of the range is the 2014 Eolo, a pure Malbec from a special vineyard planted in 1912 and produced by Enrique Tirado, Concha y Toro’s winemaker for top wines like Don Melchor. It fermented with selected yeasts and matured for 18 months in French oak barrels, 70% of them new. What they changed in this wine is the date of the harvest, which has been earlier and earlier, but it still remains quite oaky, in a classical Bordeaux style. It’s classical Lujan Malbec, representing the volume and the voluptuous texture, the power and concentration while keeping good freshness. It is textured and juicy, with dense tannins but a lot of elegance. It has all that it takes for a long and positive development in bottle, and hopefully the oak will get better integrated with more time in bottle. This is a notch above the 2013, but I’d like to see more subtle oak here. Remarkable. 7,886 bottles were filled in November 2015..June/2018

James Suckling 93 points - Fantastic aromas of blueberries and violets follow through to a full body, very fine tannins and a focused finish. Shows finesse and beauty. Drink now..June/2017

Trivento is the name of Chile’s giant Concha y Toro in Mendoza. They produce 30 million bottles (yes, you read it correctly!) and own 1,500 hectares of vineyards, but they also have some small crafted lots that I had the chance to try with winemaker German di Cesare. The wines seem to have improved in the last few years and show restraint, balance, approachability and freshness at affordable prices. Very reliable wines, showing the character of the places, grapes and vintages, with good availability and affordable prices. - Luis Gutierrez, 237, The Wine Advocate, 29th Jun 2018

Enjoy with grilled meats including beef and game. Also excellent with spicy dishes, and aged cheeses.

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