This is focused and refined with a beautiful precision and finesse. Medium body, fine tannins, and fresh wine. Very beautiful finish. Drink now.
The entry-level and highly available 2016 Felino Malbec mixes grapes from different zones of Mendoza—Valle de Uco, Luján de Cuyo and Maipú--but the percentage from Vale de Uco has been growing and is more than half the blend in 2016. It fermented in stainless steel vats with selected yeasts, and 10% of the volume matured in new American oak barrels, but they are slowly introducing maybe 1% French barriques. The idea is to show the fruit more and have the oak as a discrete touch only until bottling. It's floral and fresh, even with some blood orange citrus hints. The palate is gentle, with soft tannins and very good freshness, making it long and very tasty on the finish. (LG)
This wine's plum and currant aromas are raw and wild, with a hint of animal and not a lot of overt ripeness. It's medium bodied and rubbery in mouthfeel, with a mix of salty and woody flavors and moderately ripe plum notes. On the finish, it tastes mostly of spicy oak and mint. (MS)
Offers lots of tealike notes to the red plum, dried berry and ripe currant flavors, supported by crisp tannins. Bittersweet chocolate details show on the finish. Drink now. (KM)
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2015 Chateau Los Boldos "Grande Reserve" Cachapoal Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (Previously $16)