AWToday 17/08/08

Wine Blogs

Wine of the Week: Trapiche Broquel Malbec 2006 (Argentina) $14
By Vino
Wine of the Week: Trapiche Broquel Malbec 2006 (Argentina) $14 This is a delicious Malbec with intensity and kick, fruit and firm tannins. Malbec continues to be Argentina’s signature grape and for good reason – it is rugged enough…
Wine News – http://www.winedirectory.org/news

 

Pascual Toso Malbec 2005
By Mo(Mo)
I really love a good Malbec, but oddly, I don’t pick them up all that often. Add to that, malbecs are not that well represented on wine lists at restaurants. Most malbecs hail from Argentina and are a great value.
Paws and Pours – http://www.pawsandpours.com/

 

2005 Malbec Reserve Barrel Select, Andean Vineyards (Marks and
By Edward MacDermott
Marks and Spencer; £8.99; Red; Malbec; Reviewed by Tim Atkin (The Observer); oak,plum.
Supermarket Wine – http://www.supermarketwine.com/

Henry Lagarde Malbec 2006
By Eclectic Dilettante(Eclectic Dilettante)
Area: Argentina, Mendoza Grape: Malbec Alcohol: 14.2% Rating: Black; 90 Dilettante; 89 Description: The nose has elements of red fruits, vanilla, jam, and caramel. In the mouth it’s rich and chewey with lightly sweet flavors of dates and
The Eclectic Dilettante – http://eclectic-dilettante.blogspot.com/

Mendel Wines – Argentina Malbec to Die For
Why spend well over $100 for critically acclaimed single-vineyard designates from the likes of Achaval-Ferrer or Vina Cobos, when there is Mendel for half the price?
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Shaggy horse dog – Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina
Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina Today we were leaving San Pedro de Atacama for Salta in Argentina. Definitely sad to leave the gastronomic delights but we had Argentinian steak and vino tinto to look forward to!
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Wine Sites

The Oregonian
The Oregonian – OregonLive.com – Portland,OR,USA
Only in their respective districts will you taste a Malbec quite like one grown in Argentina’s high-elevation Cafayate Valley. Or a dry white and rose that

Pernod Ricard gives Argentina a big push | Print |
Friday, 15 August 2008
Pernod Ricard plans to invest US$10 million (£5.2m)in Graffigna over the next three years to make it the number one selling Argentine brand in the UK.
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