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Staff Pick

Catena Malbec - 2015

Item # 55154 750mL
$17.99/ Single Bottle
$215.88 $194.29/ Case of 12
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Grape Variety

Tasting Notes

This is serious Malbec: ripe and rich with aromas of blackberries and cherries, it has a finish that lingers on, with black fruits and firm flavors of spice.

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Staff Pick Notes

I like this Malbec because of its black fruit character, dark cherry aromas, ripe fruit flavors, and silky texture that lingers in a persistent and pleasant finish. I like this Malbec because it has great fruit concentration, good fruit/acidity balance, and because it is well-structured. I like this Malbec because it is the result of over a hundred years of dedication and skills of the Catena winery. I like this Malbec because it tells me in every sip the story of the Catena family finding the perfect blending of four different vineyards from the high mountains of the Andes in Argentina, South America. I like this Malbec because it is the true expression of its land and its people.


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