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P. Haverlan Clos De Andes Malbec 2005, Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina: A lush texture with layers of flavor and a satisfying long finish. This superb, robust wine offers ripe blackberries and cherries with background notes of violets, cassis and smoky leather. This wine is made entirely from the Malbec grape grown in an 80-year-old vineyard in Mendoza’s Lujan de Cuyo region. Half of the wine was fermented in barrels and then was aged 12 months in French oak. Drink: 2008-2020. 2014 14% XD 750 mL $25.00 Score: 92/100. January 17, 2009 Full Review
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