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Staff Pick

Weinert Malbec - 2006

Item # 21499 750mL
$26.99/ Single Bottle
$323.88 $291.49/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

A rich and sumptuous Malbec showing all the black fruit and spicy oak you could want in a full-bodied, Argentine wine. This fruit-forward offering will delight you on a cold night or with steaks on the grill.


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Staff Pick Notes

This mature, opulent, rich Malbec shows intense aromas of blackberry, dark plum, and figs, and subtle notes of licorice, tobacco, and mushrooms. Full-bodied, generous, juicy black fruit, and complex layers of flavors that linger in an endless finish. From Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina, comes this old school Malbec. Made in a traditional style where aging in large used oak barrels aims to bring out the best of Malbec grapes. This is the perfect wine to pair with grilled steaks.

- MAC

About the Producer

Lujan de Cuyo Mendoza, Argentina Don Bernardo C. Weinert, founder and owner, could be defined as an entrepreneur. Born in a small german colony in Southern Brazil, he built his name around international transport in South America. Fascinated by the world of wine, he decided to found his own winery in Argentina with one unconditional philosophy: producing high quality wines. Founded in 1975,...

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Astor's Glossary of Terms

Argentina

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Malbec

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