Valle Perdido Reserva Malbec 2006, Neuquén, Patagonia

Malbec Malbec
Argentina

$19.95 (222760)

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March 05, 2011

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Robert Parker
Robert Parker

Valle Perdido’s 2006 Malbec Reserva spent 14 months in first use French and American oak. The nose of smoke, pencil...

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John Szabo, MS
John Szabo, MS

A curious but intriguing mix of spicy, fennel, peppery black fruit with a marked floral aspect dominates on the nose....

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Evan Saviolidis
Evan Saviolidis

Patagonia is Argentina’s most southerly wine region, and subsequently, one of its coolest. This opaque black coloured...

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Julian Hitner
Julian Hitner

One of very few Malbecs I have yet to taste from Neuquén, the 2006 Reserva suggests good value can be had from this...

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David Lawrason
David Lawrason

From the southern (cooler) Patagonia region, this has a full sweet, chocolaty nose mindful of glossette raisins, with...

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Mark Lesniak
Mark Lesniak

June 2016

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Tyler Philp
Tyler Philp

The plums jump right out of the glass followed by a hit of dark chocolate and spice. Softer, when I expected something a bit more complex; seemed slightly out-of-sorts and touch hot on the finish. Might benefit from a year laying on its side. Drink after 2012. (Tasted March 2011, northof9finewine)

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