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Legal Oysteria hosts Argentinian wines, beyond Malbec

Legal Sea Foods‘ concept ‘Legal Oysteria,’ tucked into a corner store jetting out toward the Charlestown bridge has welcomed Argentinian wines this season.

Throughout the city of Boston, though, there is a gap between the impressive quality of various wines that hail from Argentina other than Malbec. 440 more words

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Trivento Bodegas Y Viñedos Amado Sur 2014 Mendoza, Argentina

Dark ruby in color with a reddish rim.

Fruity nose of blackberries, blueberries, cherries, licorice, oak, vanilla, alcohol, cola, leather, light barnyard, light green vegetables, herbs, chocolates, black pepper and spices. 97 more words

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Trivento Bodegas Y Viñedos Amado Sur 2014, Mendoza Argentina

Dark purple in color with a short purple/ red rim.

A pretty and fruity nose of blackberries, blueberries, plums, figs, earth, violets, vanilla, licorice, spices, cloves, leather, vegetables, green pepper, tobacco leaf and peppercorn. 95 more words

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Crios de Susana Balbo Malbec 2015

Malbec from Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina

95% malbec

5% bonarda

14.5% alcohol

Opened 2 Feb 2018

els: 9.0/10

Wine Advocate: 90

James Suckling: 90

Susana Balbo’s winery, established in the stunning, idyllic eastern foothills of the Andes Mountains, within the viticultural region of Uco Valley, is southwest of Mendoza, Argentina. 253 more words

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Tilia Bonarda 2016

Bonarda from Mendoza, Argentina

100% bonarda (aka: charbono, corbeau de savoie, or douce noire)

12.5% alcohol

Purchased:  8 January 2017 – $10.99

Opened:  27 Jan 2018… 652 more words

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Toast to the Good Life on #SangriaDay with Aimé Ruca Malen

Did you know that Wednesday, December 20th has been designated as Sangria Day? Well, I didn’t know it either, until the savvy folks at Gregory White PR asked if I wanted in on a festive idea that’s perfect for holiday entertaining. 797 more words

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You’ll like Bonarda if you like: Malbec, Zinfandel

Argentinian wine has become hugely popular in the UK in recent years, mainly thanks to Malbec. However, there are other local varieties which deserve your attention, such as Bonarda. 506 more words

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