Domaine Bousquet Malbec Grande Reserve 2009

Technical data

Wine type:

Vintage: 2009

Tasting notes

Sight: Opaque violet, almost black color typical of top quality Argentine Malbec.

Nose: Intense aromas recalling ripe red berries, plums, blackcurrant, blackpepper with notes of candied fruit and marmalade. Subtle notes of chocolate, coffee and nuts are given by its long ageing in new French oak barrels.

Mouth: Silky palate and soft rounded tannins with notes of blackberries, spices, truffles providing aromatic complexity for an exquisite finish.


Name: Domaine Jean Bousquet
Region: [email protected] ([email protected])
Altitude: 1200 meters asl
Soil: [email protected]
Age: 11 years
Vintage: [email protected]
Yield: 258.00 tons/acre


Winery aging: 24 months
Oak aging: 12 months
Bottle aging: 12 months


Alcohol: 14%
Volatile acidity: 0.79 g/l
Reducing sugar: 3.95 g/l
Extract: 30.76 g/l

Serving suggestions

Service temperature: 64°F
Pairings: This wine goes well with grilled red meats, meats with rich sauces, cheeses as well as chocolate based deserts.
Home aging: 6 years

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Martínez, Miguel Lenin

About the winemaker

Personal information

Name: Martínez, Miguel Lenin
Age: 56
Education: [email protected]
Studies abroad: [email protected]

Vision of the Argentinian wine industry: [email protected]

Wine story

This wine was created with the intention to give our customers one of the best wines produced by the winery.