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Malbec Wines

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Never try to do an Amarone if it's not Amarone (7)
2011 Bodega Y Vinedos Renaces - Enamore

My new bestie (10)
2012 Trentadue Winery - La Storia Cuvee 32

Coulda woulda shoulda but didn't (8)
2011 Newton Vineyard - Claret

Clunky but interesting (8)
2009 Williamsburg Winery - Gabriel Archer : Reserve

Too much cowbell (8)
2011 Williamsburg Winery - Lord Botetourt Virginia Red

The syrah threw this off (8)
2008 Cuvelier Los Andes - Collecion

A nice inexpensive Bordeaux-style blend (8)
2011 Sterling - Meritage

Not bad, but not moving me off my seat (9)
2007 Girard Winery - Artistry

This isn't chasing windmills (9)
2010 Chappellet - Cervantes Mountain Cuvee

Overly deep (9)
2002 Geyser Peak Winery - Reserve Alexandre Meritage : Reserve

Creeps up on you (8)
2008 Tamarack Cellars - Firehouse Red

Silk coated velvet (9)
2010 Fleur De Lyeth - Fleur De Lyeth

They shouldn't have switched Merlot for Syrah (8)
2010 Trefethen Family Vineyards - Double T

I'm in love and lust at the same damned time (10)
2008 Hess Collection Winery - 19 Block Cuvee

Demure but still approachable (8)
2010 Hahn Winery - Meritage

Not bad but not overly impressing (8)
2009 Dunham Cellars - Trutina

Bordeaux by way of Chile (10)
2009 Bodega Benegas - Don Tiburcio

A stunner that I never even saw coming (10)
2009 Catena - Malbec

An interesting melange with a wonderful spice aspect (9)
2008 Finca Gabrielli - Francesco Gabrielli Red Blend

Juciy, wet and red (9)
2010 Bodega Elena De Mendoza - Red Blend

Jam and cocoa! (9)
2007 The Wait - Malbec

A surprisingly bright and fruity Malbec Rose (8)
2008 The Wait - Malbec Rose

Malbec, smooth and satisying (8)
2006 Rio Seco - Malbec : Reserve

Good with four grapes, but they did better with two (8)
2006 Montgras - Quatro


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