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Coen Wines

Coen Wines
2019 Reserve, Malbec, Uco Valley

Pair this wine with:
Beef Cheese Pasta Pork

Category: Malbec

Date Tasted:
Country: Argentina
Alcohol: 13.9% RS: .186%
88 Points
Silver Medal
Highly Recommended
$39

Coen Wines
2019 Reserve, Malbec, Uco Valley

Pair this wine with:
Beef Cheese Pasta Pork

Category: Malbec

Date Tasted:
Country: Argentina
Alcohol: 13.9% RS: .186%
Ruby black color. Aromas of ripe plum, blackberry preserves, hints of tobacco, and caramel with a slightly chewy, crisp, dryish medium body and a tingling, captivating, medium-long chocolate-covered berries and toasted almonds finish with moderate oak flavor. A dry-yet-juicy Malbec with great balance and food-affinity.

Tasting Info

Wine Glass Style: Fruity, Juicy & Smooth & Rich & Full
Aroma Aroma: ripe plum, blackberry preserves, hints of tobacco, and caramel
Taste Flavor: chocolate-covered berries and toasted almonds
Sweetness Sweetness: Dryish
Enjoy Enjoy: Now on its own and with food
Recipes Pairing: Baked Ham, Meat Loaf, Lasagna
Bottom Line Bottom Line: A dry-yet-juicy Malbec with great balance and food-affinity.

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Malbec

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While Malbec is historically known as a red Bordeaux variety, it is Argentina that has given this grape its new found popularity. Bright purple in color with ripe plum and black cherry fruit with moderate acidity, Malbec from Argentina has become the people’s choice among moderately priced red wines ($12-$16 a bottle in domestic markets).

Along with the plum and black cherry flavors, there are notes of pepper, black spice, and, in a few examples, a note of tobacco. Most versions from Argentina are made for consumption upon release or within the first two years after the vintage date; however, a few producers make long-lived offerings of Malbec from older vineyards that retail for $40 or more.

Malbec can work with a humble array of foods such as empanadas, hamburgers or grilled chicken or even roast meats or lighter game.