Navarro Correas, Mendoza, Coleccion Privada, Malbec 2007 The fruit in the nose shows with the freshness of newly made wine, expressed as plums and blackberries. In the mouth there is a peppery spiciness and a velevty texture, light and ready to throw down with a peppered steak, as we’re planning tonight.
The grapes were sourced from the Tunyuan and Tupungato Valleys as well as La Consulta and Lujan de Cuyo. Approximately 30% of the wine was aged in French oak for one year. Winemaker Gaspar Roby. Vinted and bottled in Argentina 13.9% retailing for $10 – $12 in the United States, a media sample. Navarro Correas