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Belasco De Baquedano Moncagua Malbec

Country / Region: South America
Vineyard: Moncagua
Varietal: Malbec
Vintage: 2014

Fruit driven easy drinking malbec from the Lujan de Cuyo appellation high in Mendoza Argentina

Belasco de Baquedano is a leading winery located in the Mendoza region of Argentina.  This wine was made from 40 year old vines located in the Agrelo, Lujan de Cuyo appellation.   The wine has had 6 months in new French oak and 3 months in bottle before release.  

Fruit-driven, easy to drink style with nose of berries, rose and tea leaves. Fleshy palate with juicy plum and cocoa notes. Velvety tannins and minerality on the finish.

Winemaker Notes

MONCAGUA The Aconcagua peak of the Andes is the highest mountain in the Americas, and one of the world's best Malbec regions.  Moncagua pays tribute to this extraordinary place, with an inky, ruby color and deep, fresh red plum notes on the nose. Expressive and pleasant on the palate, this lovely wine achieves an excellent balance between juicy fruit and medium structure for easy drinkability.

“Blackberry, plum and cocoa all on a medium frame with silky tannin.”

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