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AWToday 19/08/08

Wine Sites

Argentine winery bursts onto US scene with two new lines
The Olympian – Olympia,WA,USA
country) of its unctuous, savory red wine called Malbec, is taking big, bold steps today, with easy-drinking, well-priced reds and light crisp, whites.

In the NYT suggesting to drink inside the box
Dr. Vino – Chicago,IL,USA
And the newest and perhaps brightest star is the $11 unoaked, organically grown Malbec called Yellow + Blue sold in a 1-liter TetraPak (not bag-in-box;
The price is right, part deux
Dr. Vino – Chicago,IL,USA
The rose is very dark in color in part since it is from Malbec and cabernet franc grapes. If rosé is a wine that straddles red and white, this one leans

Dreaming of Argentina – and chimichurri over grilled steak
The Patriot Ledger – Quincy,MA,USA
The ingredients of chimichurri sauce: garlic, fresh cilantro, fresh parsley, olive oil, a dash of vinegar, salt and red wine vinegar, and a sprinkle of
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Pernod Ricard looks to increase focus on Graffigna brand
Talking Retail – Swanley,England,UK
Nick Blair, Wine Director at Pernod Ricard UK comments, ‘Argentina is now a priority market for us at Pernod Ricard UK and following the restructure of our

Wine Blogs

Ten Days in South America
The plan was to meet up with her friend Mai (who is Chilean and also works at Quintessa), head over to Mendoza (a wine region just a short hop over the Andes in Argentina), and then back to Santiago for a couple days of work/meetings.
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2006 Bodega Catena Zapata Malbec Catena
Tasted by jshufelt. Consistent with previous tasting notes. (89 pts.) – Tasted 8/17/2008. [FIND IT!]
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On what Malbec has in common with Alfredo Di Stefano
By Ravi(Ravi)
Malbec is a grape varietal that is yields some very good red wines. Malbec has its origins in France, but in its homeland, has been a bridesmaid rather than a bride. In Bordeaux, you will find malbecs blended with other reds like
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