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Iris Malbec

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Bodegas Staphyple, ran by the Porretta family for three generations in Mendoza boasts its success to the hidden, privileged location of the vineyards, allowing the grapes to ripen without losing their freshness.

An approachable Malbec!  This is a young and fruity wine from the Porretta vineyards in Luján de Cuyo. Really soft flavours of cherries, plums, and a pleasing finish.

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Château du Cedre Camille Malbec

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Approachable, soft, Malbec is about pure fruit with no oak ageing. Medium bodied, jammy and spicy with a round finish.

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Gaia de Chateau Puybarbe

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Château Puybarbe is situated at the highest elevation of the Côtes de Bourg appellation, looking over the Gironde estuary on the right bank of Bordeaux.  The 36-hectare vineyard comprises predominantly Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon and is cultivated according to sustainable philosophies.  Château Puybarbe uses no herbicides or chemical fertilizers.

This wine is a delight with various including rich salads, various vegetarian meals as well as moderate red-meat dishes or roasted chicken.

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Lorca Lorca Malbec

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A really good winemaker like Mauricio Lorca sometimes dots the I’s and crosses the T’s with a little touch of something else. In this case Mauricio has used a little Syrah – powerful, spicy, dark Syrah –  to inject a little extra pizzazz into this already very attractive Malbec. The key to the wine’s huge appeal is, like many good things in life, its simplicity and honesty. Simple, juicy, fresh and delicious; what’s not to like?

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Lionel Osmin Cahors Malbec

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Full-bodied and concentrated with ripe blackcurrant and black cherry fruits, clove and pepper spice, grilled herbs. Rich and vibrant on the meaty palate. 

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Vallisto Malbec

£19.50
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A bountiful nose redolent of black cherries, squishy plums, spices and wild herbs. Big and beautifully rounded on the palate with rich, ripe black fruit flavours, more spice and a long finish with hints of fresh fig, liquorice and vanilla.

This single vineyard Malbec from Viña San Luis represents pretty much everything you need to know about what makes Cafayate so good and so special. For those who like their Malbec painted with a decadent splash of inky purple fruit this delivers in spades.

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Catalpa Malbec

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Fruit for this quite stunning Malbec comes from the very special sub-district of La Consulta in the Uco Valley at 1,200 metres above sea level, from vines more than 70 years old. La Consulta seems to produce a very specific fruit intensity, particularly on the nose, where there is a decidedly pure and sweet scent in the Malbec.  That same purity carries on to the palate in this beautifully integrated yet bold and robust Malbec. 12 months ageing in new French oak for 50% of the wine; the remainder is kept in stainless steel before blending.

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Combel La Serre Le Pur Fruit du Causse

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A blend of estate and négociant fruit aged in concrete tanks, ‘Le Pur Fruit du Causse’ is Julien’s joyful vin de soif, gorgeously scented with notes of plum, violets, and herbs, a lighter more delicate style of Malbec from its original home.

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Esk Valley The River Gravels

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This wine is a blend of grapes grown on the stony soils of the Gimblett Gravels. The vines in the Ngakirikiri, Twyford and Omahu Gravels vineyards are now approaching 20 years of age and are cropped at low levels to produce grapes of the highest possible quality. All this combines to produce a wine with rich aromas of black fruit and fragrant spicy oak in this sumptuous red wine. The palate is full-bodied with incredible concentration of supple, rich ripe fruit, smooth supple tannins, beautifully integrated oak and great complexity.

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Blank Bottle Jaaa-Bru!!

£27.95
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If you translate the word “Mal” from Afrikaans to English, it means “crazy” and “Bek” means “mouth”.  And that was quite clearly the inspiration behind this label!  This is of course 100% Malbec from the Helderberg.

Like dark chocolate dipped oranges, with lovely minty notes, violets and a sweet perfume.  Medium-full bodied, and very much so showing the softer, prettier side of Malbec, with gentle tannins, good freshness, and a lovely rounded mouthfeel.

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