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La Mascota Malbec

This elegant and complex Malbec was aged for 12 months in American and French oak barrels and expresses aromas of black fruit, jam and vanilla, with a subtle touch of liquorice. This wine has a great structure and lingering finish.

Pepperjack Malbec

Aromas of violets, spice, ripe blueberries and boysenberry, with hints of mocha oak. The palate shows fresh fruits of red cherry, fresh cranberries with savoury chalky tannins which give length and finesse.

Catena Zapata Adrianna Vineyard Fortuna Terrae Malbec

Catena Zapata Adrianna Vineyard River Malbec

Domiciano Estelar Malbec

Full-bodied with high acidity and soft tannins. It is easy to drink, and hard to forget. 100% MalbecDesigned to drink young, it has a deep dark red colour with straight forward aromas of red fruits and marmalades, in perfect harmony with an oak finish. Very full-bodied with high acidity with and soft tannins make it easy to drink and hard to forget. Best served at 18° CEnjoy with a BBQ, red meats or pasta.Nocturnal harvest. Controlled fermentation. 10 months of French and American oak. Domiciano produces wines with 100% Malbec grapes, harvested during the fresh nights in our farms in Barrancas to avoid oxidation and thus preserve the maximum aromatic expression. Once the grapes are taken into the cellar, they are allowed to macerate at cold, controlled temperatures for 5 days in stainless-steel tanks. Then they ferment with selected yeasts, maintaining the temperature between 25 to 28ºC for approximately 15 days. Later, the wine rested in a combination of French and American oak for 10 months. About the winery: The vineyards of Domiciano de Barrancas are located in the heart of Barrancas, south of the Mendoza River. The climate is dry and sunny, with great thermal amplitude between day and night; this allows a slow and progressive maturation, harmonising the sugar-acidity ratio. The tall trellises are irrigated with the purest water, the melting snow of the Andes.

Marraso Marraso Daily Malbec

The fruit for this distinctive Argentinian malbec was sourced from Agrelo and Lulunta. Agrelo is situated 35 km south of the city of Mendoza. It's terroir is considered to be some of the best for the production of richly flavoured malbec. Lulunta is a sub-region of the famous Mendoza area. It too has a reputation for producing malbecs of quality.The wine remains unoaked to allow the freshness and vibrancy of the deeply flavoured dark fruit to shine.

Santa Julia El Burro Malbec

Santa Julia El Burro, named for a family donkey, is born in Finca Maipú - a 175 hectare vineyard that has been certified organic since 2001. Together with the 130 certified hectares of organic vines in Finca Santa Rosa, this makes Santa Julia the largest organic producer in Argentina. Natural yeasts are used for El Burro and no sulphites are added. The wine displays a beautiful violet colour, with aromas of cherry and plum. The body is fullish and the flavours plummy, fresh and rich. The wine represents a beautiful and natural expression of the Malbec grape.

Gitanos Errantes Malbec Del Pueblo

Aromas of cinnamon spiced Mocha and fresh black berries and plums float from the glass with hints of Grandpa's pipe tobacco wafting in. The dark chocolate lined palate shows fresh black berries, black currant, plum and morello cherries with lovely chewy fine chocalately tannin that lingers.

Catena Malbec

Catena Malbec combines rich dark berried fruits together with hints of violet on the nose. Complex layers of blueberry and blackberries on the palate finishing with silky tannins and hints of dark chocolate, vanilla notes. Latin America has been known to produce some fiery temperaments, but theres something really cool coming out of Argentina - Malbec is what were getting into right now. Malbec is well suited to Australian tastes, it loves a steak, and offers big, bold vibrant notes. We think this is one Latin American youll get along with famously.

Tilia Malbec

A brand new and exclusive Malbec that has just landed from Mendoza in Argentina. Perfect for your next BBQ, this medium-bodied red delivers plenty of rich fruit with a touch of spice.