Chakana, "Luján de Cuyo" Malbec

Chakana, "Luján de Cuyo" Malbec - 2017

Item # 39414 750mL
$28.96/ Single Bottle
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$173.76 $156.38/ Case of 6
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Tasting Notes

Chakana winery was founded by Juan Pelizzatti in 2002. Chakana means Southern Cross in the Mapuche language of the Andes. This delicious Malbec shows blackberry and blueberry fruit flavors and smooth tannins.


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