Parcel Los Cerezos - Malbec 2019

This powerfully elegant argentinean Malbec originates from the highest part of our Los Cerezos high-altitude vineyard, in Las Compuertas, Luján de Cuyo. Planted in 1929 in the rocky, loamy soil of single plot No.10’s westernmost part, our deep-rooted, low-yielding vines bring forth and concentrated grapes with incredible balance. Los Cerezos means ‘cherry trees’, in Spanish. And, shaped by its mountain terrain, our single-Parcel Terrazas de los Andes Mendoza red wine from Los Cerezos, combines dark cherry intensity with a rich and velvety mouthfeel.
Award medal of Terrazas de los Andes Parcel Los Cerezos malbec 2019 from James Suckling 98 points for our outstanding red high-altitude wine from Mendoza Argentina
Aging potential
15 years
Alcohol level
Serve at
14°C - 57°F

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Tasting Notes

This Argentina red wine shows a deep ruby red color with purple highlights. This exponent showcases the flagship aromas of Las Compuertas Malbec: an excellent combination of red and black fruit like raspberry, blackberry, plum and cherry. Sweet and gentle entrance with round tannins that intensify the mid-palate with a velvety texture. Balanced, kind and long finish.
exclusive, precise, identitary
  • Dry
  • Silky
  • Full bodied
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How to pair Parcel Los Cerezos 2019

Food Pairing

Ideal to combine with roasted or grilled red meat like kid, lamb or wild boar and grilled vegetables like bell peppers, tubers, carrot or cabbage. It goes very well with Gruyere or blue cheese and fruity desserts with blackberries, rhubarb, plum and figs.

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Born where the earth meets the sky, Terrazas de los Andes wines magically capture the elegance and freshness of the Andes in Argentina. Cultivated in unique terroirs, in harmony with the mountain life we guard, our high-altitude Argentinian wines are layered, yet surprisingly elegant and bright. Come and explore the wines of our breathtaking mountain world.
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