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2004 Catena Adrianna Vineyard Zapata Malbec
3 Ratings
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3 Ratings
2004 Catena Adrianna Vineyard Zapata Malbec

Wine Details

Vineyard

Varietal

Malbec

Style

Region

Argentina

Wine Description

"The single-vineyard 2004 Malbec Adrianna Vineyard from the Gualtallary district is inky purple with aromas of wood smoke, pencil lead, game, black cherry, and blackberry liqueur. Opulent, full-flavored, yet remarkably light on its feet, this medium to full-bodied Malbec is all about pleasure. It will certainly evolve for a decade but is hard to resist now. It is a fine test of one’s ability to defer immediate gratification. When all is said and done, Catena Zapata is the Argentina winery of refe...

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Vineyard

Varietal

Malbec

Style

Region

Argentina

Vintages

2013 2012 2009 2008 2006 1999

"The single-vineyard 2004 Malbec Adrianna Vineyard from the Gualtallary district is inky purple with aromas of wood smoke, pencil lead, game, black cherry, and blackberry liqueur. Opulent, full-flavored, yet remarkably light on its feet, this medium to full-bodied Malbec is all about pleasure. It will certainly evolve for a decade but is hard to resist now. It is a fine test of one’s ability to defer immediate gratification. When all is said and done, Catena Zapata is the Argentina winery of refe...

Expert Reviews
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  • Wine Advocate
    "Catena Zapata's flagship is the Nicolas Catena Zapata, a Cabernet Sauvignon-Malbec blend. The 2004 Nicolas Catena Zapata is composed of 72% Cabernet Sauvignon and 28% Malbec. It spent 18 months in 100% new French oak. A saturated black purple in color, it has an aristocratic perfume of pain grille, mineral, espresso, saddle leather, cassis, black currant, and black raspberry. Opulently textured, complex, ripe, and sweet on the palate, it maintains a sense of elegance as well as power. It demands...
  • Vintage Chart
    Rating for Argentina: 91 (bad vintage)

    Drinkability: too young, let it sit