Washington State Malbec

Washington State Malbec

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Experience the Art of Winemaking

Introducing the essence of craft winemaking for the homebrew, craft-making, and wine aficionado: Washington State Malbec. This full-bodied red embodies the bold spirit of the Malbec grape variety, delivering a symphony of dark fruit notes including blackberry, cherry, and plum. Subtly interwoven with a hint of spice, this wine promises a rich and immersive experience. Its firm and velvety tannins make it the perfect partner for robust meats and piquant cheeses.

Key Features:

  • Dominant dark fruit essence, with blackberry, cherry, and plum at the forefront
  • Gentle infusion of spice, enriching the tasting experience
  • Firm yet velvety tannins ensure a well-rounded palate
  • Ideal for pairing with robust meats and strong cheeses
  • Ensures a luxuriant, full-bodied wine experience

Tasting Notes:

  • Sweetness: Dry
  • Acidity: Balanced
  • Tannin: Firm and velvety
  • Alcohol: Moderate
  • Body: Full-bodied

FAQs:

Q: How does Washington State Malbec differ from others? A: It harmoniously balances bold fruit flavors with subtle spice undertones, reflecting Washington's unique profile.

Q: What's the optimal serving temperature? A: Best savored when served between 60-65°F (15-18°C).

Q: What food pairings enhance its flavors? A: Robust meats, bold cheeses, and earthy dishes complement its profile perfectly.

Q: How long can I cellar it? A: While immediate enjoyment brings out its vibrant character, cellaring for 5-7 years can add complexity.

Q: Is Washington State Malbec a dry wine? A: Absolutely, it offers a dry and full-bodied wine experience.

Q: Can it be used in winemaking blends? A: Certainly! Its bold character makes it a favorite for enhancing blended wines.

Note: To embark on your winemaking journey, remember equipment and supplies are sold separately. Inspired by Washington's signature profile, this wine is packed with pride in Canada.