Tasting Tour of Extreme Altitude Argentina Malbecs: 3 Amazing Bottles of Malbec for $130 $89

Founder of America’s Exclusive ‘Wine Partnership’:

“For the First Time Ever, We’re Opening Our Cellar to Every American… Enjoy These 3 Amazing Malbecs!”

  • A Personal Malbec from Argentina’s Top Winemaker (95 points)
  • The Exclusive 8,950 ft. Malbec from Argentina’s Remote Salta Valley
  • A “Grand Reserve” Malbec From The Sacred Inca Valley of Famatina
  • A Tradition 200 Years in the Making
  • A Terroir 5,000 Miles Away
  • Handpicked Grapes
  • A French Malbec Vine That No Longer Exists in Europe
  • Notes of pepper, cacao, and mint…and much more
  • A Personal Malbec from Argentina’s Top Winemaker (95 points)
  • The Exclusive 8,950 ft. Malbec from Argentina’s Remote Salta Valley
  • A “Grand Reserve” Malbec From The Sacred Inca Valley of Famatina
  • A Tradition 200 Years in the Making
  • A Terroir 5,000 Miles Away
  • Handpicked Grapes
  • A French Malbec Vine That No Longer Exists in Europe
  • Notes of pepper, cacao, and mint…and much more
“Way out at what felt like the end of the earth, I found a family that had been making wine for 200 years…critics rave about this wine… but up until now it’s been impossible to find here in America.” 

– Will Bonner, Founder, Bonner Private Wine Partnership

Three Wines from the Edge of the World

5,000 miles away… Across sprawling deserts… Distant peaks… and Lost valleys… Argentina is a terroir unlike any other on Earth…

An Old French Malbec Variety No Longer Found in Europe

Did you know that most European wines… aren’t European at all? They’re American! 150 years ago, a huge blight wiped out Europe’s grape vines. They saved the industry by replanting with American rootstocks immune to the blight!

In Argentina, with its remote, high altitude vineyards, those old French malbec vines survived.

What Makes These Malbecs So Special

✓ Poor Soil (dry, dusty: excellent for grapes)
✓ Bad Weather (no rain, strong winds)
✓ Thin Atmosphere (breathing is hard work)
✓ Extreme UV levels (80% more intense than Bordeaux)
✓ Temperature drops as much as 77 degrees at night!

Three Wines 200 Years in the Making: Yours for $130 $89

Your Bottle of Sunal Ilógico 2016

The isolated vineyard of Luracatao sits at 8,950 ft. above sea level, on a northerly slope completely surrounded by mountains.

Luracatao

The surrounding rocks soak up the heat, protecting the vines from freezing at night.

When winemaker Augustin Lanus first made wine from Luracatao, the wine’s inky red color actually managed to turn his stainless-steel vats bright red!

(The coloring is a tell-tale sign of high resveratrol levels. Estimates suggest levels in this wine may be up to 10 TIMES that of other wines.)

Augustin was also surprised to find notes that you don’t tend to find in other Malbecs – black olive, violet, graphite, and blackberry.

During a blind tasting with legendary wine curator, Joaquin Aberdi, Sunal came in N.1 in its category.

And critic Mariano Obrega named Sunal Illogico his “N. 1 of 2018,” noting its “freshness” and “pure intensity”

Sunal is a clean wine (high-altitude growing conditions require less chemicals than lower regions) with ZERO filtration and NATURAL fermentation. Aged in old French oak (no fake oak additives) for a year, followed by new French oak for another year.

(This wine is NOT available at your local supermarket or fine wine shop.)

Your Bottle of Tacana Malbec 2017

A Malbec with a dense red color and deepening hues of purple. Captivating aromas dominated by signature notes of prune, blackberry, black cherry,quince and chocolate. Give it time and you’ll detect a scent of sultana, as well as lifted raspberry and cassis.

The wine feels rich and opulent on the palate, with dense velvety tannins and an oily texture cut by dry fruit. It’s like a wildcatter who struck it rich… this wine has stories to tell.

Underneath that tough exterior, there’s a heart of gold, with elegant flavors of rich chocolate, maybe even truffle. A “complete” Malbec, made “avec respect” for the grape.

The vineyard at Gualfin

 Your Bottle of Valle de la Puerta Gran Reserva Malbec/Syrah/Bonarda 2014

The ancient Incan valley of Famatina is nestled between Salta and Mendoza. Here, the La Puerta winery produces a big, yet approachable wine by blending Malbec (60%), Syrah (23%), and Bonarda (17%) – the three strongest grapes for Argentina’s soil.

The result is a smoky flavor with a touch of red berry. “Gran Reserva” means small batch production and high quality. The logo is an ancient glyph of a puma, sacred to “Diaguita” people who once warred with the Inca in these same fields

The Famatina Valley

La Puerta’s “canopy” vineyard

Three Amazing Bottles of Malbec for $130 $89

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