Trapiche

Reserve Mendoza Malbec

8.7306 ratings
8.73 pro ratings
Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina
Malbec
Top Notes For
Riccardo L.

Great for sipping. No bitter aftertaste. Nothing to complain about.

Great for sipping. No bitter aftertaste. Nothing to complain about.

4 people found it helpfulFeb 1st, 2015
Jason C

Love it! Nice smooth finish

Love it! Nice smooth finish

3 people found it helpfulJul 23rd, 2014
Steven Carlson

Picked because Alex liked the label and we are pleased

Picked because Alex liked the label and we are pleased

2 people found it helpfulMar 9th, 2016
Matt Sterr

A little green, but not a bad bottle for the $$.

A little green, but not a bad bottle for the $$.

2 people found it helpfulAug 14th, 2015
Chelsie Toews

Amazingly good for 9$!

Amazingly good for 9$!

2 people found it helpfulMar 17th, 2014
DC Radisson

🇦🇷 This Malbec should age a couple of years to increase aromas of blackberry and vanilla. Still, I always found this type of varietal to leave a slight taste of licorice to the palate. I wouldn't know exactly how to serve it with, maybe roasted lamb or duck 🦆

🇦🇷 This Malbec should age a couple of years to increase aromas of blackberry and vanilla. Still, I always found this type of varietal to leave a slight taste of licorice to the palate. I wouldn't know exactly how to serve it with, maybe roasted lamb or duck 🦆

Aug 27th, 2017
Joshua Vickery

Traphiche is a go-to for affordable, quality Mendoza Malbec (Their Cabernet Sauvignon is also delicious). Don't be intimidated by it's dark colour; it's very smooth, and only around $12 CAD.

Malbec was introduced into Argentina in the later 19th century, when later-President Sarmiento had then imported by a French agronomist. The grape was rediscovered a century later when the Argentine wine industry began to focus on export.

"Trapiche Reserve is elaborated with grapes sources from the foothills of the Andes Mountains, where the combination of the altitude and generous sunshine produces concentrated, aromatic fruit. The ageing in oak barrels during 9 months adds finesse, harmony and complexity."

"A Malbec, with beautiful, deep red color with violet hues. Sweet aromas of blackberries and plums with an elegant touch of smoke and vanilla. Velvety texture and a sweet, long aftertaste. Ideal to serve with cheeses, red meats, mushrooms, stew and with typical Argentinian 'asado'."

Traphiche is a go-to for affordable, quality Mendoza Malbec (Their Cabernet Sauvignon is also delicious). Don't be intimidated by it's dark colour; it's very smooth, and only around $12 CAD.

Malbec was introduced into Argentina in the later 19th century, when later-President Sarmiento had then imported by a French agronomist. The grape was rediscovered a century later when the Argentine wine industry began to focus on export.

"Trapiche Reserve is elaborated with grapes sources from the foothills of the Andes Mountains, where the combination of the altitude and generous sunshine produces concentrated, aromatic fruit. The ageing in oak barrels during 9 months adds finesse, harmony and complexity."

"A Malbec, with beautiful, deep red color with violet hues. Sweet aromas of blackberries and plums with an elegant touch of smoke and vanilla. Velvety texture and a sweet, long aftertaste. Ideal to serve with cheeses, red meats, mushrooms, stew and with typical Argentinian 'asado'."

May 30th, 2017
Eve Stanger

Jeff enjoyed

Jeff enjoyed

May 24th, 2017
Neal Ferry

Oaky indeed

Oaky indeed

Apr 21st, 2017
Amanda James

Good for the price.

Good for the price.

Apr 12th, 2017