Andean Vineyards

Andean Vineyards

The Waxed Bat Mendoza Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon Malbec 2021

Wonderful blend of the best kinds. Great flavor with or without a meal. Smooth and a great socializing wine. — 5 months ago

Tracy Bowen
with Tracy

Andean Moon

California Malbec 2018

Super good, soft bodied and sweet and fruity — 2 years ago

Andean Vineyards

Organic Mendoza Malbec 2019

This is a truly magnificent Malbec. The right color, aroma and subtle fruity flavor. They have done it right and for a fair price too. I am out for more — 2 years ago

Bodegas Huarpe

Lancatay Andean Foothills Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Bold, full body but with good complexity. We had this with pasta and red sauce, but it would have been awesome with steak. Dark fruits, nice acidity, starting to get a little leather. — 2 years ago

Kieran Hanrahan
with Kieran

Andean Vineyards

The Waxed Bat Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Malbec 2020

Serving temperature seems to be important. — 5 months ago

Andean Vineyards

Mendoza Malbec 2019

Dark color. Nose: blackberry, coffee, earth, slight menthol, pine. Promising. Taste: horse, barnyard, less body than expected, blackberry. I like it! But, totally different taste than expected. 89-90.
EDIT: this is $10 at my local liquor store, I’d better try another bottle and see how consistent it is - might be the vest value I’ve found!
— a year ago

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Alma Andina

Andean Malbec - Bonarda Blend 2012

Alma Andina Malbec-Bonarda 2012: Pure fruit. Deep flavors. Blackberry. Raspberry. Spice. Consisting of 60% Malbec & 40% Bonarda, this red blend is a bright & beautiful representation of the local terroir and overall of Argentine wine! Cheers🍷🇦🇷 — 2 years ago

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Andean Vineyards

The Waxed Bat Mendoza Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2020

Andrew loveeed this one, his fav so far — 6 months ago

Antis Wines / Andean Wineries

Mendoza Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

Lovely. Well developed and full flavors. 2014 vintage — a year ago

Alta Vista

Premium Estate Malbec 2018

I’ve seen mixed reviews on this wine and must advise to properly aerate this bottle. Initially the nose is tight and the pallet a little too acidic. After about an hour though, the wine really opens up to scents of blackberry, raspberry, sweet tobacco and cocoa. On the pallet there is red plum, raspberry, blackberry, and vanilla with a medium plus body, medium alcohol, medium acidity. The wine is dry with a sharp dark chocolaty finish. Definitely not a pop and pour kind of wine despite its youth. If you have the time to spare the wine will pay dividends, both, in tasting experience and value.

PS This a high altitude wine; grapes grown at over a thousand meters above sea level in the Andean Slopes, and I’m tempted to correlate its initial tightness with it; however, there is no evidence to back it up my assumption. May be just a myth, but cheers to myths!
— 2 years ago

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