Wine Basics — Grape Varietals 101: Malbec
An introductory guide to Pinot Noir wine. Everything you need to know about the grape variety including flavour, food pairings and growing regions...
Try Malbec Wine if You Like Merlot or Bordeaux blends. Overview of Malbec Wine Medium to full bodied wine with medium tannin and acidity. In cooler climates the wine leans toward red fruit flavours and in warmer climates is display blueberry and darker fruit. How To Pronounce the grape Malbec: MAHL-beck Why...
Wine Basics — Grape Varietals 101: Aglianico
An introductory guide to Aglianico wine. Everything you need to know about the grape variety including flavour, food pairings, growing regions...
Try a Aglianico wine if you like Nebbiolo (Barolo) Overview of the Aglianico wine varietal A complex, tannic red wine with intense colour and flavours. Why we like the Aglianico varietal, grape, and wine A wine like Aglianico with high tannins and high acidity make great food wines. Powerful flavours...
Reviewed on August 25, 2018
Cherry nose, a bit peppery with a hint of tobacco (?) Smooth with some caramel. Very round and a peppery finish and a slight vanilla taste. Some tannins at the finish. Would be great with a steak.
Reviewed on January 01, 2018
We usually love this brand but this particular wine fell kind of flat. Maybe I paired it with the wrong food.
Reviewed on August 13, 2017
Deep purple colour, smells like very berry- lolololol tastes very juicy and taste like cherries and less of grapes, I would buy again, and again!!!!!!!!!
Reviewed on July 07, 2017
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About the Producer
Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina
The Pulenta family has been involved in the Argentine viticulture for three generations. Sons of the well known vinegrower Antonio Pulenta and descendants from Italian immigrants, Eduardo y Hugo Pulenta gave birth to this winery in 2002, providing experience and the most qualified labour.Their philosophy...
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Pulenta Estate Gran Corte VII 2012
Tannat, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot, Petit Verdot