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Staff Pick

Tierra Divina "Old Vine Malbec" - 2014

Item # 35244 750mL
$16.96/ Single Bottle
$203.52 $183.17/ Case of 12
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Grape Variety
This item is being featured in a tasting on: 10/03/2017

Tasting Notes

This Malbec from the Uco Valley in Mendoza outshines many of it's jammy competitors. Made from 80 year old vines that give concentrated fruit, this wine has refined tannin and velvety black fruit. A solid pairing with grilled fare, especially smoked bbq.

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Staff Pick Notes

Do you want a wine with bold fruit, smooth and sweet on the palate, but dry and mineral on the finish? Who doesn't, right? How about a wine that does all that and is under $20? If so, Tierra Divina Old Vine Malbec is not going to be a tough sell. Tucked into the foothills of the Andes two very old, sustainably-farmed vineyards of Malbec grapes grow. Patrick Campbell, a master of California winemaking, opts for these 60-year old vines for the concentrated flavors they provide in the finished wine. When the grapes are picked, natural fermentation is allowed to occur, and once it finishes it the wine is transported to California (without added sulfur!) to age in new and old oak. Deep dark purple in the glass, the nose is earthy and slightly herbal. The palate though is all ripe, sweet fruit black fruit until the long, dry finish.

- SS

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