Sottano Malbec

Worth the sacrifice.

Sottano Malbec

2015, Mendoza Argentina
  • Malbec from Mendoza, Argentina
  • 92/100 (Bob Campbell MW) - "Deliciously super-smooth malbec that's intense but certainly not overpowering"
  • Go next level with the food match - Patagonian lamb! Roasted above a wood fire with the carcass stretched over an iron cross.
  • RRP $23.99


    Diego, Pablo and Mauricio are the Sottano brothers and they’re as hardcore about making great wine as they are the food they match it with.

    We know running a family wine business must come with its sacrifices but pairing this simply delicious Malbec with their local style lamb BBQ is next level! Patagonian lamb. They call it “cordero al palo” – a lamb roasted directly above a wood fire with the carcass stretched over an iron cross.

    When in Rome, right? Or in this case Mendoza in Argentina. Meat and Malbec is what they’re nuts about in this part of the world, and it’s the style of wine that’s lead to the world’s leading wine guru Robert Parker to claim “Malbec will make it big. This French varietal has reached startling heights of quality in Argentina”.

    Local wine guru Bob Campbell (Master of Wine) rated this 2015 vintage 92/100 and called it a “Deliciously super-smooth malbec that’s intense but certainly not overpowering.”

    The Lowdown: 13.5% alc / 750ml / Cork
    Sam Kim 4.5 Stars
    International Wine Challenge SILVER
    Browse Wine | Red | Other Red | 2015 | Sottano



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