Wow this is terrible. I've been familiar with this Malbec for about 10 years - and it's always been a favorite - however it has always needed to breathe and decant before I drank it. Too harsh if you don't. Also better chilled. But this 2020 vintage? Wow that is sour. Just really hard and bitter to drink. Sorry. Much better Malbec's at the same price. Avoid this year at least on this wine.
Don Miguel Gascon Malbec
Malbec /13.8% ABV / Mendoza, Argentina
Big & Bold Malbec
Beef, Cheese - Hard Aged
Don Miguel Gascon Malbec hails from Mendoza, a mountainous province at the foot of the Andes Mountains, along the western edge of Argentina. Regarded as the most important wine producing province in Argentina, Mendoza accounts for more than 80% of Argentine winemaking. Don Miguel Gascon Malbec hails from Mendoza, a mountainous province at the foot of the Andes Mountains, along the western edge of Argentina. On the palate it has much more concentration to the flavors than the nose would indicate. This is a big wine that gives loads of blackberry and plum flavors up front, leading into cocoa that carries into a fairly long finish. Fine tannins and sufficient acidity give this wine reasonable structure.View all products by Don Miguel GasconCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING
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One of the bottles of wine was not what I ordered.
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it's delicious smooth, yet rich and hardy
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Full body, perfumed, great with chicken and salmon, in my experience
BrittanyVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
A great well balanced Malbec. It’s our go-to option when on sale.
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Good red, even in warm weather
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In my opinion, it’s comparable to Malbecs at a much higher price range. Always a favorite at our house.
Our Founder Don Miguel Gascón opened our winery in Mendoza, Argentina in 1884. In the 1940s, our winery became the first in Argentina to bottle a pure varietal Malbec wine, turning the world's attention to Mendoza. Today, we carry on the heritage of Don Miguel Gascón and his legendary Malbec wines at the very site where his winery first opened its doors in Argentina's historic wine capital.