Tintonegro Malbec - Grain & Vine | Natural Wines, Rare Bourbon and Tequila Collection

Tintonegro Malbec

$ 10

TintoNegro, meaning “black wine” in Spanish, is meant to celebrate the essence of Malbec in Mendoza. Known for its dark, blackish color, Malbec is definitely a Tinto Negro. TintoNegro wines are meant to reflect the heart and soul of Malbec in Mendoza. The portfolio explores the terroirs of Mendoza where Malbec does best, gradually isolating unique vineyard sites and winemaking techniques which can showcase the heights of concentration and complexity to which Malbec can aspire. TintoNegro was born of the long time friendship and professional collaboration of Alejandro Sejanovich and Jeff Mausbach, colleagues at Bodega Catena Zapata for almost 15 years. As Wine Education Director for Catena, Jeff travelled the world preaching the gospel of the unique character of high altitude Malbec from Mendoza, explaining the character and expression of its many different terroirs. As Vineyard Director at Catena, Alejandro had extensive, first hand experience growing Malbec in all of these terroirs, from the fruit driven, easy drinking style of Lujan de Cuyo to the concentrated, complex profile La Consulta. His intimate knowledge of the top vineyards in each region means TintoNegro wines are made from only the best fruit each area has to offer.

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A stunning bargain at $10 a bottle, the Malbec Lujan de Cuyo - Maipu (15,000 cases produced) was aged six months in a combination of French and American oak (10% new). A Malbec fruit bomb, it offers notes of melted chocolate, espresso roast, blackberries and blueberries, medium to full body, silky tannins, and a lush, heady, full throttle style with no hard edges, but impressive purity. Drink it over the next 3-4 years. This is a lot of wine for a bargain basement price.

Malbec has softer tannins compared to some of its red counterparts, like Cabernet Sauvignon, which means Malbec goes well with lean cuts of meat like flank, sirloin and skirt steak.