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The “Year that Wasn’t” is coming to an end.
What better way to start the New Year than with a wine you won’t soon forget?
We’re talking about a wine that has a bold flavor and complex personality… A rare malbec made at vineyards around 9,000 feet high in the “world’s most remote wine region.”
With a dark purplish color… notes of blackberry, cherry, leather, and smoke… and a rugged mouthfeel…
An extreme-altitude Malbec from the 3rd highest vineyard in the world
Winemakers on horseback
They’ve been at these vineyards for 200 years, ever since their ancestors brought French vines across the Andes (the type of malbec grown at these vineyards is a kind that no longer exists in France).
Today you can get a bottle with grapes from 8,950 ft (the third highest vineyard in the world).
It’s unfiltered so you truly taste the land.
It’s fermented naturally with wild yeast (not commercial lab grown yeast).
When we had it lab tested against a common Californian wine, this extreme altitude malbec had 90% less sugar and 10 times the levels of longevity nutrient resveratrol! Not to mention a deep, complex taste.
Perfect for: getting warm by the fire… cutting into a juicy steak… sharing a glass with loved ones… dreaming of the open range after a long day.. » Read More