Viejo Isaias Clasico Malbec 2011 (Mendoza, Argentina)

Viejo Isaias Clasico Malbec 2011
(Mendoza, Argentina)

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About This Wine:

The owner and winemaker is Rodrigo Manuel Romero. 2004 was the first vintage for this winery. Total current production: 4,200 cases. The label represents both grandparents of the winemaker. The rose on the label signifies the first new rose of each season--every year his grandfather Isaias would watch for the first rose to give to his wife, Juana.

What Does It Taste Like?

100% Malbec. Intense red color with blue and purple glints. Complex aromas of plum, ripe fruit and dry fig. Silky in the mouth, with a long finish and good aftertaste. Fine, sweet and ripe tannins. Excellent when paired with red meats, pasta with spicy sauces, matured cheeses.

Ratings & Reviews

Focus on Argentina
By Stephen Tanzer of International Wine Cellar

"My tastings of new releases from Argentina turned up a higher percentage of well-made wines than ever before, thanks in part to an extended run of very good to excellent vintages. My annual coverage features a generous selection of stunning values in the under-$20 range, as well as a growing number of world-class higher-priced items. In addition to malbec, cabernet sauvignon and torrontes stood out in my tastings this year."

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