Hand of God 2010 Old Vine Malbec – Wine of the Week Review
Posted By Barnaby Hughes On February 10, 2014 @ 1:02 pm In Wine, Spirits, Beer & More | 1 Comment
Region: Mendoza, Argentina
Varietal: 100 percent Malbec
Production: 780 cases
Alcohol: 14.5 percent
Tasting Notes: Venture capitalist Jon Staenberg founded Hand of God Wines in 2006. The previous year, he had visited Argentina and rekindled an earlier friendship with fellow Stanford MBA alum Santiago Achával of Achával-Ferrer. With the acquisition of two estate vineyards and Achával acting as co-founder and winemaker, Hand of God released its first two wines in 2013. The 2010 Old Vine Malbec comes from the eight-acre Stolen Horse Vineyard, planted entirely to Malbec in 1922 and still plowed by horse. Bold, big-bodied and complex, the wine boasts concentrated black fruit flavors with earthy and herbal notes and supple tannins.
Food Pairings: Steak and other fine cuts of beef
For more information, visit Hand of God’s official website
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