The World’s Best Red? Famiglia Bianchi Malbec 20

Yes, you did read that right. Every year the Union of French Oenologists organises the Vinalies Internacionales competition in Paris. An expert jury drawn from all over the world blind tastes some 3500 wines from 41 wine producing countries. At the 2014 edition Familia Bianchi's 2012 Malbec was given a rather special (and probably shiny) Grand... Continue Reading →

Alamos Malbec 2015: The cheap and charming everyday drinker

Famous big wine producers often produce low-end wines to bulk out their production and increase profits. Very often these wines are worthy only to be sloshed into that underwhelming casserole your other half made last night or palmed off on chain-smoking relatives who don't care what they drink as long as it's wet and strong.... Continue Reading →

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