Cristobal "Malbec-Rosé"
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Cristobal "Malbec-Rosé" - 2023

Item # 20369 750mL

The Malbec grape was once popular in Bordeaux but these days it is mostly associated with Argentina. Here we have a rosé made of the bold Malbec grape coming from the Mendoza region. It is dry yet full of red berry fruit aromas. With a chill, it is as crisp and delicious as any rosé we've tasted.

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You may be asking yourself, Rosè in the fall? I say, “Why Not?” This beautifully colored Rosè is one for all seasons. It’s a mild mannered wine that’s light, dry, with red berries on the nose and palate and is very easy going down. Serve as an aperitif with mild cheeses at your next dinner party and I’m sure you and your guests won’t think twice about having a Rosè outside the summer months. Just think, in Argentina where this Malbec resides, the folks are sitting back enjoying this juice right now during their summer months. So, I say, let’s join them and send a toast to the Argentineans that have done this Malbec right :)

- AA



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