Alpamanta "Natal" Malbec
Staff Pick
Organic

Alpamanta "Natal" Malbec - 2018

Item # 31387 750mL
$13.96/ Single Bottle
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$167.52 $150.77/ Case of 12
Color
Red
Vintage
Country
Region
Producer
Grape Variety

Production Methods

Organic

Organic

Practicing Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.


Tasting Notes

Rich and dense Malbec with great intensity and a black fruit, chocolate character. Beautiful, silky, ripe tannins and bright acidity create balance.


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Staff Pick Notes

If you're like me, you're probably too busy for your own good. Between work, life, personal projects, and social obligations, who has time to shop? Thankfully, we're here to help make this efficient and stress-free. How about a delicious, organic, and affordable Malbec today? This bottle of Alpamanta Natal from Mendoza, Argentina is fresh, velvety smooth, and full of the dark fruit we all love and crave from this beautiful noble grape. Notes of blackberries, tobacco, and a touch of leathery meatiness make this bold vino a perfect foil for all things grilled. And if there's no time for cooking or eating out, just kick off your shoes, put your feet up, forget about your responsibilities for a while, and sip on this lovely, easy-going Malbec like nothing else matters.

- MM

Astor's Glossary of Terms

Argentina

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Malbec

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