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Pablo Y Walter Malbec
£9.99

Colour, life, Mendoza...Malbec!



A celebration of Mendoza - the colour, culture and flavour and a celebration of friendship. A really pure expression of Malbec, bright red and wonderfully aromatic with lifted red currant and cassis. Muy, muy fantasticó – richly bloody, vibrant, Latin and velveteen.

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PABLO Y WALTER is a celebration of Mendoza – the colour, culture and flavour of this vibrant, beautiful place – it is a celebration of friendship. The wine is the lovechild of Walter Bressia and Eric Monnin and is an unique and exciting project. The idea was to make a great value Mendozan Malbec labelled to reflect the vibrancy and life Mendoza oozes along with the longstanding friendship between two contemporaries... Walter Bressia was the winemaker at Nieto Senetiner when Paul (Pablo) Boutinot took on the agency some 15 years ago, so Pablo y Walter book-ends Boutinot's experience in Mendoza.

Vineyards
Produced from 25 year old vines in the Lujan de Cuyo district of Mendoza, close to Walter’s bodega in the rain-shadow of the Cordon del Plata.

Vinification
The unwooded Malbec is blended with 10% of Walter’s own Monteagrelo Malbec 2012, which is the wooded component. Walter bought two spankingly new 25000-litre steel tanks specifically for this project and subsequently somehow crow-barred them into his bodega.

Tasting Notes
A celebration of Mendoza - the colour, culture and flavour and a celebration of friendship. A really pure expression of Malbec, bright red and wonderfully aromatic with lifted red currant and cassis. Muy, muy fantasticó – richly bloody, vibrant, Latin and velveteen.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Name Pablo Y Walter Malbec
Country Argentina
Region Mendoza
ABV% 13.5%
Vintage 2018
Grape Variety 100% Malbec
Size 750ml
Dietary Information Suitable for Vegetarians, Suitable for Vegans
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