A blending grape in its native Bordeaux, Malbec has taken to the slopes of the Andes like it was there all along. We could have easily included this release in our Steals and Deals" section. Wine Spectator called it, "Aromatic, with layers of sandalwood, spice and wild flowers leading to racy blackberry and raspberry fruit character." It's ripe and user-friendly, exactly as it should be. "
Bodega Argento is located at Cruz de Piedra in the Central Region of Mendoza, surrounded by vineyards and olive trees at the foot of the Andes mountain range. Producing many different grape varieties including Tempranillo, Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay and sparkling wines, Bodega Argento is dedicated to crafting wines that emphasize the hallmarks of the Argento style – fruit purity, vibrancy and elegance.