2015 Dona Paula Estate Malbec Mendoza 750ml

3+ for $8.99/ea.


48+ in stock

SKU: 7798090160065


Product Description


"What’s better than a backyard barbeque on a warm summer night? Malbec is the perfect BBQ wine and we’ve got a great price on the 2015 Doña Paula Estate Malbec for under $9 a bottle for 3 or more (40% off the release price)! Buy by the case without breaking the bank and enjoy all summer long! We were only able to secure 40 cases at this special price, so don’t wait too long, or you’ll miss out!" – Glen Knight, The Wine House (7/5/17)


Tasting Notes:
Intense violet color. In the nose, aromas of black fruits, violets and spices. Mineral and graphite notes. Great balance and freshness in the mouth, with good concentration and medium structure. Soft tannins and persistent finish.

Our Estate Vineyards

From our best vineyards in Altamira (at 1,150 meters [almost 3,773 ft] above sea level) and Gualtallary (at 1,350 meters [almost 4,430 ft] above sea level), Doña Paula Estate Malbec displays the unique characteristics of the Uco Valley, a terroir with cold climate, mineral and rocky soils. The trellis system used is espalier and the grapevines are head trained. The average yield is 8 t/ha (approximately 3.24 t/acre). Drip irrigation is used. At Doña Paula, our vineyards have always been managed using sustainable agriculture practices.

About Doña Paula

Doña Paula is a winery that produces Premium wines, established in 1997 in Mendoza, Argentina. We own 100% of the vineyards used for the production of all our wines, planted in the best areas of the country, looking for the most faithful expression of each terroir.

Doña Paula transmits with its wines the most truthful expression of each terroir defined by the weather and soil characteristics of region. Respect and knowledge of the place of origin of our grapes are the premises that guide the elaboration of our wines.

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: 90 points

The 2015 Malbec Estate is floral and aromatic, all about violets and blueberries, very much in line with the 2013, which offered great freshness and poise. It's not terribly complex, but it's extremely pleasant and balanced.

Review date: December 2016