La Posta

La Posta

Pizzella Family Vineyard Malbec 2017

Very enjoyable with lush berries and chocolate. — 15 days ago

La Posta

Pizzella Malbec 2017

Nice and dry. Easily drinkable after aeration. Will buy again from TJ’s. — 2 months ago

La Posta

Fazzio Vineyard Malbec 2018

There is a rather strong note in the finish that is a little more black than berry. But apart from that, this full bodied wine was very pleasant to drink and complimented a pot roast quite well. — 3 months ago


Il Monastero Nebbiolo 2019

Mit Leonie und Rita im Posta Veglia: chf 59.— — 2 days ago

Cantine Paradiso

Posta Piana Primitivo

This is really nice, fragrant nose and delicious palate, easy to drink, a little sweetness but blended with smoke, vanilla and dark fruit. Great wine that delivers well above its price point. — 2 months ago

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Mendoza Vineyards

Gran Reserva Mendoza Malbec 2012

Es muy rico, se siente profundo y dulzón pero no pesa la madera, aunque esta ahi. Si, hay frutas maduras pero lo rico es el vino, un malbec posta — 5 months ago

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La Posta

Estela Armando Vineyard Bonarda 2016

Bright raspberry, plum, and vanilla oakiness. Soft tannins. Greatly improves with decanting. — a month ago

La Posta

Angel Paulucci Vineyard Malbec 2017

Wine Daddy’s has on website — 2 months ago

Cantine Paradiso

Posta Piana Puglia Nero di Troia Rosato

Wonderful wine, reminded a bit of Monastrell. Herbs and red fruits. — 5 months ago

La Posta

Tinto Red Blend 2015

Great with homemade margarita pizza and pizza with pesto, chicken sausage, artichokes, red pepper and sun-dried tomato. La Posta is a winery created largely through the efforts of Laura Catena, a member of Argentina's unofficial wine royalty. TA classic Argentine blend of Malbec, Bonarda, and Syrah, it really showcases the beauty of the flavors these grapes offer. It is not tannic, showing smooth, soft fruitiness and only a touch of oak. Aromas of red cherries and raspberries are infused with mocha and spice hints that give up the secret for what’s about to come. Let this wine breathe before your first sip, so the first sip washes broadly across your palate like a flood of sweet, fresh fruit and a vibrant and long finish. The hints of baking spice and some oak keep the fruit flavors fresh and lively. This is a wine that you’ll want to stack up in your wine rack (or closet) for any occasion. Great all by itself or with all your favorite red wine foods like burgers, ribs, lamb chops, and even pizza. – Surdyks — 8 months ago