Finca Sophenia

Gualtallary Sophenia Uco Valley Malbec 2018


— 6 days ago

José Hernández

Reserve Gualtallary Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Smooth and fruity but dry and delish — 5 months ago


Eggo Tinto de Tiza 2016

100% Malbec fermented and aged in concrete eggs (hence the name) from vineyards at an elevation of 4500 feet in Gualtallary, possibly the “hottest” region in Argentina. Due to the high altitude, cooler temperatures (2016 was a particularly cold year) and intense sunlight, grapes are said to retain freshness and develop more aromas and flavors. This is quite fragrant indeed, with intense aromas of dark fruit, wet earth and herbs. On the palate it is more austere, feels very fresh, with high acidity — a year ago

Domaine Bousquet

Gaia Red Blend 2018

Doesn’t seem to be an exact match: Gualtallary Vineyards and Vino Organico. Another Cabo Costco find for $15. I think they claimed it was highly rated. Pleasant for the price point. Had with Italian take away. — 8 months ago

Passionate Wine (Matias Michelini)

Demente Gualtallary Argentina Red Blend 2015

Vintage 2015. Young perhaps. Shy smell. The quality of this Malbec and Cabernet Franc blend is its velvety lovely taste. Give it a journey in the decanter to enjoy its qualities. / Paired with lentils spaghetti. — 2 years ago

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El Enemigo

Gran Enemigo Gualtallary Cabernet Franc 2016

Beautiful color. Violet on the nose. Sweet plum and cherry. Iron. Red currant. Bittersweet chocolate. Peppery notes. Nice persistance. — 2 months ago

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Altos Las Hormigas

Gualtallary Malbec 2015

Had with TechNexus wine tasting — 6 months ago

Bodega Catena Zapata

Argentino Mendoza Malbec 2011

medium ruby, prominent glass staining tears; blackberry, bitter dark chocolate, violets, herbs; sappy red berry fruit, long finish; full bodied, medium+ acidity, surprising tannic grip, medium grained, 14% ABV; made from 100% Malbec sourced from granitic soil blocks of Catena Zapata’s two historic vineyards Adrianna (Gualtallary) and Nicasia (Altamira) in the Uco valley — a year ago

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