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Review: 2020 Trapiche Oak Cask Malbec and 2018 Medalla Cabernet Sauvignon

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We’ve tried and loved Trapiche choices up to now, however not every little thing this Mendoza, Argentina-based winery has to supply. That is our first expertise with its Cabernet Sauvignon, in addition to with its Oak Cask Malbec.

2020 Trapiche Oak Cask Malbec – A relatively burly affair, even after time within the glass lets issues settle. Full-bodied with notes of blackberry, plum, violet, and darkish chocolate, plus a mild contact of nutmeg and baking spices. The oak is ever-present however by no means burdensome, including a word of vanilla on the end which can assuredly be crowd-pleasing. Priced to maneuver at simply  $11, it definitely punches above its weight. A- / $11

2018 Trapiche Medalla Cabernet Sauvignon – A traditional expression of cab with raspberry and blackberry notes mingling with a muted chocolate ingredient in direction of the end. There’s a pointy balsamic word in direction of the tip balancing out a number of the extra dominant fruit, nevertheless it by no means veers into offensive territories. May definitely do with one other yr or two within the cellar, however drinkable now if in a pinch. B+ / $20

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2020 Trapiche Oak Cask Malbec

$11

Score


9.0/10

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