Here’s a question for you: What do Decanter Magazine and world-renowned winemaker Paul Hobbs have in common? The answer is they both love the “Land of Malbec.”
La Tierra del Malbec (that’s Spanish for the Land of Malbec) is the actual nickname that Wine Pros and Argentinians have given to Lujan de Cuyo. There’s even a big sign that says “Tierra del Malbec” when you enter the area. And so you know, Lujan de Cuyo was the first wine appellation in South America.
Decanter loves "The Land of Malbec" and so does Paul Hobbs, who saw the magic and potential of this wine region, and decided to establish his own winery, Viña Cobos. It is known to be one of the best estates in the entire continent.
Today’s offer, the 2020 Larrea Malbec Roble Mendoza comes from a little gem of a winery that’s located just a few miles away from Viña Cobos.
Viamonte couldn’t be placed in a better terroir. Just picture this: The Andes Mountain range is the perfect landscape, with amazing stone soils with gravel and grit, and beautiful semi-arid continental weather. All these, combined with 105 years old Malbec vines, and you’ve got yourself today’s wine offer.
This fun and vibrant 100% Malbec received 90 Points from the man himself, James Suckling. This is an elegant and velvety wine. It shows intense aromas of red fruits and blackberries followed by layers of chocolate and tobacco. Ripe tannins leave you with a long lingering finish.
Here's your chance to taste an amazing Malbec straight from “The Land of Malbec.” The best part of it all, we have it at 25% off, that’s under $19 a bottle. (That’s the lowest price anywhere!)