Durigutti Malbec Mendoza
124 Ratings
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124 Ratings
Durigutti Malbec Mendoza

Wine Details

Vineyard

Durigutti

Varietal

Malbec

Style

Red

Region

Argentina

Winemaker's Notes

Lush and spicy ripe-fruit driven nose, with a broad, fairly explosive palate of red cherry, plum, chocolate, and mint. Bright, refreshing acidity holds everything together and makes this an excellent choice with spicy foods.

Vineyard

Durigutti

Varietal

Malbec

Style

Red

Region

Argentina

Lush and spicy ripe-fruit driven nose, with a broad, fairly explosive palate of red cherry, plum, chocolate, and mint. Bright, refreshing acidity holds everything together and makes this an excellent choice with spicy foods.

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    Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar Dark red. Laid-back, slightly rustic aromas of currant, chocolate, mocha and leather. Supple and suave but not overly concentrated, with good inner-mouth energy to the flavors of blackberry, chocolate and mint. A rather dry, classic malbec with a savory finish displaying fine tannins and a lingering chocolate note.

    over 4 years
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    I concur! Chocolate and leather? Yep I taste that.

    about 4 years
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    full body, becomes rounder after opened.

    over 3 years
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    Let it breath. Good with food.

    9 months
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    at Pearsons

    over 2 years
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    Very good

    about 4 years
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    over 3 years
Expert Reviews
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  • Tanzer
    "Dark red. Laid-back, slightly rustic aromas of currant, chocolate, mocha and leather. Supple and suave but not overly concentrated, with good inner-mouth energy to the flavors of blackberry, chocolate and mint. A rather dry, classic malbec with a savory finish displaying fine tannins and a lingering chocolate note."
  • Wine & Spirits
    A lush, toasty style, with lots of cocoa and roasted vanilla up front, followed by dark, well-layered fig, boysenberry and mulled currant fruit flavors. The long finish lets all the fruit hang nicely, with an underlying graphite hint supporting it all. Drink now through 2011.