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from The Kitchn

Why You Should Be Drinking More Argentine Malbec

Why You Should Be Drinking More Argentine Malbec, a food drink post from the blog The Kitchn, written by Faith on Bloglovin’

from The Dieline - Branding & Packaging Design

Siren's Call

from ESPACIO LIVING

Comer rico en lugares con mucho diseño

// I want to sit here for hours, with friends and food floating by // Pehache Café | Buenos Aires

from Reverse Wine Snob®

Lagarde Alta Cumbres Malbec 2011 - A Modest Malbec

Lagarde Alta Cumbres Malbec 2011 - success at the Christmas client event.

from Reverse Wine Snob®

Tilia Malbec 2011 - Velvet

Tilia Malbec 2011 - Velvet. Duck Soup. A snap. A no-brainer. Choose your term, at $5.99 this wine is an easy choice. http://www.reversewinesnob.com/2012/09/tilia-malbec-2011-velvet.html

from Foursquare

Bodega Bouza Boutique

Tannat is the signature grape of Uruguay wines, and is to Uruguay what the Malbec is to Argentina. Given our quest to experience local authentic specialties from around the world, getting to know this special Tannat wine was high our list. Complements of Uruguay4u we had the opportunity to visit a bodega (winery) on the Uruguay wines roads called Bodega Bouza. The visit included a guided tour of the bodega followed by a tasting of Uruguay wines with cheese and charcuterie.

Cabernet sauvignon / Malbec / Cabernet franc 2012 *Beso de Dante* - Luca Wines, Valle de Uco, Mendoza, Argentina ------------------------- Terroir: Altamira (San Carlos) & Agrelo (Luján de Cuyo) - Mendoza, Argentina ------------------------ Crianza: 18 meses en barricas de roble francés (70% nuevas, 30% 2do. uso)