Mendoza

The most highly rated Malbec wines to come out of Argentina will almost certainly originate from Mendoza's high altitude wine regions of the Uco Valley and Lujan de Cuyo. The region is by far the largest wine growing region in Argentina with over 1200 wineries producing over 1,000,000,000 litres a year!
The region of Mendoza is beside the Andes mountains and hosts some remarkable views of vineyards with snow-capped mountains in the background. Thanks to a surge in international interest for the past two or so decades, the region has been dubbed 'The Napa Valley of Argentina'

Just over an hours drive south of the city of Mendoza lies the Uco Valley (Valle de Uco) which is Mendoza's newest wine region and commands most of the international attention right now. The wines that thrive the most are Malbec, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Torrontes and in the whites both Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc grow very well.
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  1. BODEGAS SALENTEIN PORTILLO MALBEC 2018
    Exclusively imported by United Cellars, this outstanding value Argentinian Malbec is a consistent favourite of staff and our regular customers. Displaying a fresh and fruity nose, enhanced by hints of plums, black berries and a touch of vanilla. The palate ... Learn More
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  2. ESQUINAS DE ARGENTO MALBEC 2017
    Nicola Cantena planted his first Malbvec vineyard in Mendoza in 1902! This wine goes through an extensive cold maceration for 5 days at 48ºF (8,8ºC) to extract aromas. The juice is then fermented for 26 days with a post-fermentation maceration of 24 days. Wild ... Learn More
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  3. BODEGAS SALENTEIN 'BARREL SELECTION' MALBEC 2017
    Exclusively imported by United Cellars, a multi-award winning Malbec from Argentina that is a real hearty and full-bodied wine. On the nose, it is intense and complex with outstanding aromas of red fruits, black berries, as well as delicate floral ... Learn More
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  4. BODEGAS SALENTEIN PRIMUS MALBEC 2016
    Exclusively imported by United Cellars - Bodegas Salentein is the heart and soul of the Uco Valley. Aromas of blackberries, raspberries and blueberries, combined with floral hints and delicate notes of vanilla and spices granted by its oak ageing. In ... Learn More
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  5. BODEGA CATENA ZAPATA ALTA MALBEC 2013
    The Catena Alta wines can usually be drunk starting at three years after harvest and into the following one to two decades. ... Learn More
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  6. CATENA ZAPATA ADRIANNA VINEYARD 'WHITE STONES' CHARDONNAY 2013​
    White Stones Chardonnay comes from a select 27 rows within Block 1 of the Adrianna Vineyard. The name refers to the ground beneath the vines which is covered with gravel - oval white stones. "The 2013 White Stones Chardonnay had penetrating balsamic aromas ... Learn More
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  7. BODEGA CATENA ZAPATA ARGENTINO MALBEC 2012
    No matter what the vintage, this wine is really more than 100 years old. It represents a family's journey to produce an Argentine Malbec that can stand with the great wines of the world. ... Learn More
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    James Suckling
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  8. BODEGA CATENA ZAPATA ADRIANNA VINEYARD 'WHITE BONES' CHARDONNAY 2013​
    Nicola Cantena planted his first Malbec vineyard in Mendoza in 1902 and today the estate is run by Nicholás Cantena and his daughter Laura. "The superb, elegant and aromatic 2013 White Bones Chardonnay seemed to jump out of the glass with ... Learn More
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  9. BODEGA ​CATENA ZAPATA ADRIANNA VINEYARD 'MUNDUS BACILLUS TERRAE' MALBEC 2011
    The Catena Family is entering its second century of winemaking in Mendoza, Argentina. Named after Nicolás Catena Zapata’s youngest daughter, the Adrianna Vineyard is located at almost 5,000 feet elevation in Mendoza. The soils in this 1.4 hectare parcel are ... Learn More
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