DetailsThis deep, densely purple-colored Malbec boasts aromas and flavours of ripe blackberry and blackcurrant, with hints of violets and plums and a touches of leather and tobacco and sometimes a hint of cinnamon. With lots of juicy fruit on the palate, its tannins are gentle and sweet and lead to a spicy finish of tannin and subtle oak.
It is the ideal wine to go with grilled or stewed meats, or pair it with robust dishes like smoked, cured beef or charcruterie, burgers, venison or aged cheddar.
- Details & Instructions
Wine Recipe Type Malbec Type Red Origin Chile Body Medium Sweetness Dry Oak Intensity Medium Food Pairings Grilled or stewed meats, or pair it with robust dishes like smoked, cured beef or charcruterie, burgers, venison or aged cheddar.
4.8 / 5.04 ReviewsWonderful kit that produced great quality wine.Best kit I've done to date. Highly recommend to those who love a hearty red with lots of mouth feel(tannin). Good at bottling, but great after 6 months and on. Will definitely purchase again.February 4, 2017Purchased
1 year agoWow!I usually wait until it's in the bottle to review kits but I had to comment on this one right away even though I just did the first racking. Had a quick taste of the "green stuff" and this is going to be an amazing wine. At first I thought 2 packages of oak would be too much but I added both of them and I'm glad I did. A couple extra liters of juice and the grape skins (included with kit - they are in a separate package located UNDERNEATH the juice pack) make this one of the best kits in this price range. Can't wait to see what it will taste like after I lay it down for a few years.May 14, 2017Purchased
4 months agovery goodHave made 2 of these kits would recommend it to others.December 16, 2016Purchased
10 months agoPleasantly surprisedI picked this up not knowing Grand Cru other than a Breezin' kit I did years ago and a delicious white chocolate port in 2011. I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the kit included two wood blends and the grape skins. In the past with other companies the wine skins are a good sign. I just started it today, but based on the apparent quality of the ingredients this appears to be the deal of the day! I'll post again after I finish the batch. 4 stars pending completion.December 19, 2015
- Customer Q&A
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 10 answersSaw the plastic bag of oak. Are the grape skins in the paper "tea bag"?BEST ANSWER: I made the wine a few months ago and do not recall. I followed the instructions step by step. It is a wonderful full-bodied and dry red wine. I will be making it again as we have consumed about 50% of the batch. Just have to bottle my Chambouricin and will start another batch of this Malbec!!