Lush, rich Catena Alta Malbec, showcasing notes of blueberry and baking spices, graced with silky tannins and notes of dried herbs on the lingering finish.
As roasting and braising season is drawing to a close, and grilling season is fast approaching, the versatility of Argentina's most famous grape, Malbec, becomes ever apparent. As a wine professional, I am frequently asked questions, such as, "I like Cabernet, and they like Pinot Noir. Is there a wine we can all agree upon?" or, "I want a bold red that's not too dry. What do you suggest?" Very often, the answer to both of those questions is Argentine Malbec.