Buying Guide to Malbec Wines Under 20


Our Malbec Buying Guide To The Best Malbec Wines Under $20 a Bottle

Best Malbec Wines Under $20

When you talk about Malbec wines you have to mention Argentina somewhere along the way! Argentina is leading the way when it comes to the top rated Malbec wines of the world. The best malbec wine comes from the Mendoza region of Argentina. check out these low priced gems we’ve found for you. Best Malbec Wines Under $20

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Ascencion Malbec Reserve 2009 Argentina Salta

One of the most popular Malbecs in the world. From Francisco’s high altitude Andes vineyard in San Isidro, Argentina. These grapes are hand picked from mature vines and aged in French and American oak to ensure a spice and vanilla flavor.
This dark red wine is loaded with flavors of black currants, blackberries, and blueberries. Best served with a big juicy steak.

J Opi Malbec 2011 Argentina Mendoza

Rodolfo Opi Sadler produces high quality Malbec wines for under $20 a bottle. Multiple trophys from several world wine shows mean you can count on a tasteful wine.

This Argentine Malbec contains all the expected flavors and aromas of quality Malbec.

Michell’s Pass Malbec 2011 South Africa Western Cape

If you don’t know it, South Africa produces many quality wines. Michell’s Pass is crafted in the top region of Stellenbosch of South Africa’s cape. The Spier Estate is home to the Cape’s oldest winery buildings and a big tourist destination. This Malbec boasts of red cherry, spicy tobacco, and red wild berry flavors. It’s time to try something new!

Alma Andina Malbec Reserva 2010 Argentina Mendoza

This Malbec hails from Uco Valley in Mendoza, Argentina produced by Steve McEwen. Steve produces trophy winning red and white wines, from Chardonnay to Malbec his wines continue to win gold medals and trophies at wine shows worldwide. With flavors of cherry, mulberry, raspberry, and herbs you will certainly enjoy this one.

HJ Fabre Malbec Reserva 2010 Argentina Mendoza

Malbec is Argentina’s star red, and few do it better than Bordeaux native Hervé Fabre, named 2010 Argentinean Winemaker of the Year at the International Wine and Spirits Competition (by 40 Masters of Wine!). For his 2010 Reserva, he hand-selected the ripest fruit from his prized 60-year-old vines and treated it to a long 12 months in the finest French oak – with delicious results.
Hebrve Fabre is a native of Bordeaux, France. After moving to Argentina he produced the first single varietal Argentine Malbec. The Malbec Reserva is made from hand picked grapes of the best 60 yr old vines and aged in French oak for 12 months.
Deep ruby with intense aromas of spices and red cherries, tastes of full bodied wine with notes of vanilla and oak. Best served with aged cheeses and juicy steaks or roasts.

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