Septima Malbec

Septima Malbec is a slightly dry wine with a burgundy color. It was a mediocre Malbec for it’s inexpensive price point – enjoyable but not a favorite.

This is a medium to light bodied malbec made with grapes from Mendoza’s Valle de Uco and Agrelo in Lujan de Cuyo.

It’s flavor didn’t stand out as much as other Malbec’s do, which makes a passable bottle at $12. It had a somewhat weak finish (especially for this varietal) despite it’s 14% ABV.

BenMarco Malbec

Dominio del Plata’s BenMarco line is designed as a tribute to traditional Argentinian wines, focusing on the grapes and flavors of the region.

The BenMarco Malbec is a decent wine for the price. It’s very well balanced, with subtle fruit flavors and a bold finish.
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Durigutti Malbec

Part of Familia Durigutti’s entry-level line, this is a solid malbec for $17. The wine combines grapes from three different vineyards in Mendoza, Argentina, and spends twelve months in oak barrels prior to bottling.
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