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Don Miguel Gascon Malbec
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Don Miguel Gascon Malbec

Producer: Don Miguel Gascon
Style: Red Wine
Grape Type: Malbec
Origin: Argentina
Region: Argentina

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*****
02/08/2014
by Gewurztraminer535607
Excellent wine, I enjoyed very much
A great example
11/19/2011
by Hummel12627735
I am rating based on price. We can not find a better example of Malbec.
Excellent
11/04/2011
by kajira14164109
Tried this on a whim...had heard a lot about Argentine Malbec...very smooth and not overly dry. Excellent with dinner or just socializing.
Smooth!
11/21/2009
by Kobzeff13291939
I'm usually not a big fan of Argentine wines but this was quite a surprise. Very smooth and full of flavor. Not too fruity. My wife really enjoyed this one too.
So Happy!
08/24/2009
by S13617508
I can't imagine someone NOT enjoying this wine. It is SO smooth for a red wine - not to sweet and more importantly not too tart (no heartburn!) - I really am enjoying it and think it would be great with something tart like a sharp cheese and can stand up again a good piece of steak - oh boy i just am enjoying it so much!
Great Wine from Mendoza
03/11/2009
by Resti13464989
Wonderfully-blended wine rich in bouquet and flavor, soft tannins, smooth, medium finish.
A personal fav.
11/27/2008
by Jenkins12555164
I tend to keep a bottle of this on hand when the "unexpected" guest drops by. It's always been a charmer and it's consistant.
Great Value
02/01/2008
by Gutierrez12620389
Its a great wine for the price cant go wrong with this one.
Gascon Malbec
07/28/2007
by Whittaker11704244
great nose a little sweet like a shiraz
Great Argentinian Red at an excellent price
03/12/2006
by Fitzgerald10561991
My wife and I enjoyed this Malbec at a wine class and it was the best of the 5 wines we tasted that day. Dark in color, full flavor and a medium finish.
Real nice 2000 vintage
05/22/2002
by tnguyen85
What a balanced wine for the price! This beats alot of $20 bottles I have tried.
I tried the 2010 Bottle
01/05/2012
by Taylor14207230
but the wine just was just not to my liking. Full-bodied - yes, but the wine was too bright for a red. The cherry and berry flavor was over-powering and the wine was still tight. Drinkable, but not as enjoyable as I would have liked. If you would rather drink a dry red than a sweet red when eating dessert, this wine can be a contrast to it.
Nice Malbec
04/29/2011
by Cichocki14067027
Pleasant wine. Nothing fancy but easy drinking.
Pleasant Tasting 3 Star Wine!
03/19/2008
by Jerome12357001
A well balanced easy, smooth wine. I didn't find anything exceptional about this wine, but it was enjoyable.
Thin and un-distinguished
12/16/2010
by ralphlevy
This is not as good a Malbec as the Cruz Alta at a similar price.
02/20/2009
by Wine12375344
Taste was a little odd.
Just awful
02/12/2006
by Brat11938641
I tried a glass, then I was being polite, but I just couldn't drink it. It tastes like bark. Needed some cheese to salvage the tastebuds. Horrible. I love red wine, but would stick to California wines as a favorite.
02/22/2004
by R. Parker Westinghouse, III
Tried one bottle of the 2002. Undrinkable. This wine's as bad as the label is ugly.

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About Argentina

Until the early 1990s, Argentina's wine industry was focused inward, as the local market's thirst was sufficient to absorb the huge quantities of everyday drinking wine produced there. But with per-capita consumption in the domestic market in sharp decline since the mid-1970s, Argentina's wine producers realized that they had to look to export markets to remain in business, and winemaking in Argentina began its transformation.


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Malbec

The Malbec grape may have originated in southwest France, where it still is grown under the name Cot. However, the grape's international profile has surged not because of what's going on in France, but rather because of current trends in Argentina.
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