Pale lime in colour, Paul Sapin's 2013 Mâcon-Villages has aromas...
Translucent very pale damask pink colour with almost water like hue. The...
Medium garnet-purple in color, the Killerman's Run Grenache Shiraz...
Lovely and luminous amber color with green highlights at the rim....
On the nose the wine has aromas of ripe red cherry, blackberry leading...
A very well balanced wine with soft tannins, notes of baked plums, raisins & hints of chocolate and vanilla oak.
Amaru Malbec Review by Adam (aka @boozydude)
|When to Drink||Now|
|Pairing||Steak with Onion Mash|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
The name Amaru, which comes from Quechua, the native language of the original people of the Valleys, reminds us of the vitality of the water that irrigates the land. This wine, like its name, encompasses the mystic spirit of the Calchaquíes Valleys. Its strong character evokes the desert; its intense, distinct aroma reminds us of the scarce water that flows by the vineyards, and its texture concentrates the essence of the altitude of the floor of the valley. Amaru shares in the vibrant vitality of the soil, the water and the desert.
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