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Balbi Malbec 1997

Malbec from Argentina
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    Bodegas Balbi offers wine lovers a rich heritage of French, Italian, Spanish, American and Argentine winemaking traditions. Founded in 1930 by Italian Juan Balbi, the winery was purchased by Spanish –influenced Allied Domecq in 1992, who significantly modernized the estate. French winemakers from Calvet in Bordeaux consult each season with the Balbi winemaking team, and California's Clos du Bois winemaker Margaret Davenport advised Balbi on an extensive new barrel aging program. With careful fruit selection from Mendoza's best vineyards and growing regions, Balbi combines European and American winemaking techniques to create a unique cultural expression of Argentine fine wines.

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    CGM67629_1997 Item# 39592

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