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2006 Luca Nico by Luca Malbec Mendoza
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About Luca

From vineyards in Mendoza (Luan de Cuyo and Agrelo) and Uco Valley, winemaker Luis Reginato produces concentrated, classy Syrah, Pinot Noir, Malbec and Chardonnay, each bearing supple, fleshy textures and superb sweetness of fruit.

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2006 Luca Nico by Luca Malbec Mendoza

Producer: Luca
Style: Red Wine
Grape Type: Malbec
Origin: Argentina
Region: Argentina

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92(+?) Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - January/February 2010

($125; this bottling represents just four new Taransaud barrels) Bright ruby. Sexy aromas of blackberry and bitter chocolate complicated by graphite minerality. Wonderfully dense and sweet, with terrific depth and definition to the dark berry, chocolate and smoky oak flavors. Plenty of material in reserve here, promising a slow and positive evolution in bottle. The firm but ripe tannins are buried in fruit, but there's serious underlying structure here. (Vine Connections, Sausalito, CA)

93 Points | Wine Spectator
94 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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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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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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