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San Telmo Malbec 1999

Malbec from Argentina
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The 1999 Malbec is full-bodied, with an intense deep red color. The nose is full of rich spices, including cloves and blackberries with vanilla nuances from the oak. On the palate, the wine is quite rich, with a blueberry character to the fruit, lighter tannins, and a long, luscious finish. Served at 60 to 65° F, this wine is a perfect match for richly flavored pastas or, even better, the legendary steaks of the Argentine Pampas.

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San Telmo, Argentina
1999 Malbec
For more than one hundred years, these Andean plains have seen winemakers come from all over the world, drawn by the remarkable quality of the grapes. Master winemakers from France, Germany, Italy, and California have made the pilgrimage to these slopes. And there they have worked with the soil, the climate, and the people to create the fourth largest wine industry in the world.

And yet these are wines unknown to most connoisseurs. They are unknown because ninety percent of the wine made in Argentina is consumed within its borders--matched with the legendary cuisine of Buenos Aires. Rich reds are served with the beef of the Pampas--the greatest beef in the world, while crisp white wines are served with King Crab from Patagonia.

GZT7164315_1999 Item# 19929