Red Wine by Revolution Wine Company from Argentina, South America. Concentrated full-bodied wine an intense ruby red color. Loaded with plumy black fruits, velvety texture, pleasure-bent. The jammy plum and red fruit flavors are rounded off perfectly by soft, supple tannins.
Red Wine by Dona Paula from Argentina, South America. Alluvia Parcel Malbec has a deep black-violet color and intensely young and pure aromas of black-acid berries like blackberry, blueberry and boysenberry combined with floral and spicy notes, together with marked mineral graphite notes. These aromas are too young during the first two years since the wine has been bottled. In the mouth, it has a great structure and power, with a sweet start and a straight up mid palate. The perfect balance and great acidity enhances the strong and firm tannins clean up and refreshes the palate till the end with a very mineral and persistent finish.
Red Wine by Luca from Argentina, South America. This is a great example of Mendoza Malbec. Incredible color-could use it in an inkwell! Loads of spice and black cherry cola aromas with notes of cocoa. The berry flavors really pop on the palate as the wine has both good depth and very lively acidity that leads to an incredibly long finish. A bottom note of freshly brewed espresso keeps the mouth watering too. Pairs well with foods such as venison or wild game, steak, pork, quail, all types of lamb, and medium-strong cheeses. A very flexible wine due to its concentration and balance. Pair with: venison or wild game, steak, pork, quail, all types of lamb, and medium-strong cheeses.
Red Wine by Santa Julia from Argentina, South America. Dark violet with blue hues. Nose with typical Malbec aromas reminiscent of ripe red and black fruits as cherries, plums and blackberries. Notes of vanilla, chocolate and snuff. Medium-bodied, with soft tannins and balanced acidity. Fruity and spicy finish.
Red Wine by Salentein from Argentina, South America. Purplish red color. On the nose, it displays aromas reminiscent of plums and blackberries with a hint of vanilla granted by its oak aging. In the mouth, it is a fruity wine with very good structure and silky tannins. It is an ideal wine to match grilled or roast red meat, pasta with red sauces and semi hard cheeses.
Red Wine by L10 by Valentin Bianchi from Argentina, South America. A deep red-violet color shows the wine's youth, with long legs running down the glass. Valentin Bianchi's L10 Premium Malbec has fruity aromas of ripe plums and cherry jam and soft sensations of vanilla and tobacco from the French and American oak aging. The palate follows the nose, with spicy notes and firm structure of sweet tannins, which harmonize smoothly with this strong-bodied wine. It has an intense and voluptuous finish. This wine is ideal to serve with a large variety of foods, especially with meat and hard cheeses. This label is a collaboration between Valentin Bianchi and Argentine soccer superstar Leo Messi's Charity Foundation. A portion of the proceeds of the sale of L10 wines will go to the Foundation, which focuses on health care and educational development of socially-disadvantaged children.
Red Wine by MAAL from Argentina, South America. Many times MAAL has heard that it is Impossible to produce great wines without using traditional oak barrels, and that led them to investigate other ways of incorporating the virtues of oak in the wine. This is how the winery started experimenting with French oak staves inside the cement vats, instead of using traditional barrels. The cube in the label symbolizes how the impossible is just an illusion, and how using only these oak staves the winery seeks to produce a great wine.
Red Wine by Red Diamond from Argentina, South America. Red Diamond sources grapes from the best locations around the world toreveal the distinct personalities of outstanding varietals. Our Red DiamondMalbec is a classic example of Argentina's most popular wine. In the glass thisvibrant red Malbec is accented by violet hues; the nose presents aromas ofripe berries and pomegranate combined with hints of vanilla, which lead to abalanced palate accented by soft tannins and a persistent, harmonious finish. An excellent pairing with traditional Argentine cuisine such as grilled steak, sausage and beef ribs from the asado (barbecue). The good fruit structureand moderate to high tannins of this wine can stand up to full-flavored disheswith moderate spiciness. Tomato-based sauces, pizzas, and French disheswith hearty sauces are also great matches.
Red Wine by Falernia from Chile, South America. Dark ruby in color the bouquet shows notes of rose petal, violet, and white pepper. On the palate the wine is bright with flavors of blackberries and a spicy finish. Pairs well with meats, barbecue, and cheeses.
Red Wine by Ernesto Catena Selections from Argentina, South America. The Tahuan Malbec opens to not quite a full purple color. On the nose the wine offers lots of toasty aromas, but then, after only a few minutes, the aromas of fresh and juicy red fruits -such as strawberry and cherry- take center stage. There are also intriguing hints of wild flowers and violets. It is a very well balanced wine in the mouth, delivering sweet, yet firm tannins, and with a soft and pleasant taste where all kinds of fruits freely express themselves.
Red Wine by Jamieson Ranch Vineyards from California. Garnet in color, this Malbec exudes aromas of spice and plum. Your palate is enticed with notes of black cherry and fig that lead to soft tannins providing a velvety texture and a smooth yet rounded finish. Ideal pairings include Duck Confit with Blueberry Sauce, BBQ Pulled Pork and Honey Glazed Ham are all delicious compliments to this wine.
Red Wine by The Seeker from Argentina, South America. Aromas of fresh red fruit and spice dominate. On the palate, this wine is smooth and robust, with juicy, ripe black cherry flavors culminating in a lingering, spicy finish. Perfectly matched to cured or grilled meats, game, Cajun and Indian-style foods, and tinkering with creations. never mind the crash.
Red Wine by Triguedina from French, France - regions. Dashing with nice fruity overtones, the Malbec du Clos is created to be subtle and easy to drink young. It is the best way to discover the round and smooth wines of Cahors and the original French Malbec. On the nose there are elegant and generous aromas of dark fruits, while the palate is rich and smooth with fruity overtones. Pairs well with grilled meats, juicy steaks or cheese.
Red Wine by Finca El Origen from Argentina, South America. Its deep purple color make this Malbec a true representative of wines from Vista Flores. This wine is distinguished by its aromatic complexity in which notes of red fruits like cherries, with ripe fruit, floral aromas of violets, vanilla and tobacco cigars stand out. The aromas extend to the palate, where black fruits such as blackberry with spicy notes are still present. Its medium structure gives a nice feeling of fullness in the mouth, while its silky tannins are in balance with an exquisite natural acidity that adds to a long finish.
Red Wine by Vina Cobos from Argentina, South America. This Lujan de Cuyo malbec seduces with its deep amethyst andruby tones. The nose has great presence of cassis andstrawberry opening to joyful notes of caramel, white pepper, star anise, dark chocolate and graphite, enlivened with delicatemint and rosemary notes. Remarkably broad in mouth, thiselegant malbec shows sweet, firm tannins and a very long finishwith great persistence.
Red Wine by Graffigna from Argentina, South America. Dark purple red with violet hues. Profound and fruit forward, with ripe red berries, sweet spices and a hint of black pepper backed by toasted notes from its oak aging. Structured and balanced, with ripe tannins and fresh acidity that leads to toasted and vanilla hints on the finish. Very versatile. It pairs well with lamb and grilled beef, spicy food, and poultry.
Red Wine by Trivento from Argentina, South America. Deep red and violet in color, with powerful aromas of ripe red fruits, strawberries and cherries, with hints of coffee and chocolate from the oak. Good body and fleshy tannins with a long, lingering finish. Pairs well with full-flavored foods and barbequed meats.