Nobody knows South American Malbec more than Trapiche, one of the oldest wine estates in Mendoza. Founded in 1883, they've been named New World Winery of the Year from Wine Enthusiast, and Winery of the Year from Wine & Spirits. Sourced from estate vineyards in Cruz de Piedra and Lujan de Cuyo, winemaker Daniel Pi perfects the art of high elevation Malbec with vibrant red fruit flavors, elegant tannin structure and mouth watering acidity. Aged in new French oak, this Single Lot Estate bottling is a modern wine made with a nod to Old World style and sophistication.
"Sourced from exclusive vineyards in the Uco Valley, this Reserve Tier Malbec showcases ripe fruit such as raspberries, cherries, and plum jam, highlighted by notes of toast, coconut and vanilla from aging in new French oak barrels." The Wine Buyer, 93 Points
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