Best Wine Under $20? The 2016 Malbec from Alamos Vineyards, Argentina rates high on our list, and is also a killer value at under $10. It’s true you can find cheap wine that doesn’t suck, and this channel aims to help you find those gems.
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This is Alamos’ flagship wine. The rich and flavorful Argentinian Malbec thrives in Mendoza’s Uco Valley, where the unique growing conditions give the Malbec incredibly concentrated fruit flavors of plum and blackberry.
This is an authentic Argentine wine that thrives in Mendoza’s high altitudes. Alamos Argentinian Malbec wine blends the deeply concentrated plum flavors of the country’s signature variety–Malbec–with small portions of Syrah and Bonarda to add dark cherry and blackberry flavors. Well-integrated hints of brown spice and vanilla contribute layers of complexity. A full structure, firm tannins and a long finish create an expansive palate that is hard to forget. With crisp, clean air and intense sunlight, growing conditions in Mendoza are truly ideal for Argentinian Malbec.