For our recent Anniversary, I pulled out a wine I expected would be special, the Hand of God 2010 Old Vine Malbec, and we weren't disappointed. Tasted with a grilled steak, potatoes au gratin, and asparagus spears. Held up and evolved with every minute and bite.
From vines vines planted in the 1920's in the Stolen Horse Vineyard (Cruz de Piedra, Maipu, Mendoza, Argentina); aged 20 months in 100% new French oak; super dark and opaque wine; smoke, earth and dark fruits on the nose; dark fruit, earth, subtle tart red berry and a touch of cassis flavors; beautifully balanced with a nice acid backbone; flavors continue through long and smooth finish; cork closure; SRP $75.Like 50 States Of Wine on Facebook
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