Finca Flichman Tanguero Mendoza Malbec 2018

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Finca Flichman Tanguero Mendoza Malbec 2018
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Why is it that Malbec from Argentina is so popular? Perhaps it's the combination of ripe, fullish fruit flavours coupled with an easy-going nature when it comes to what to eat alongside it. Or maybe the way the red wine's tannins always seem in perfect harmony with the rest of the wine.

One thing's for sure, we're convinced you'll find Finca Flichman's Tanguero to your liking. With a huge difference between day and night temperatures, Mendoza's ideal territory for the Malbec grape. Those tannins tamed, that perfect ripeness, and freshness too - it's all here.

Made with the slightest, three months, kiss of oak, you'll be getting the combo of top-notch grapes in the very capable hands of one of Argentina's top Malbec wineries.

Dancing over your tastebuds with delightfully fresh plum and raspberry flavours, this is one Argentinian Malbec wine with a moreish character that's irresistible
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Grape Variety





Medium-Bodied Red



Food Match

ArrayBBQ, Indian, Spicy Foods



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The Producer

Argentinian Malbec you might think of as a newcomer to the world of red wine. But Polish immigrant Don Sami Flichman set up Finca Flichman way back in 1910. The original Barrancas vineyard is still part of the Finca Flichman estate, now owned by Portuguese wine company Sogrape.

The Winemaker

Headed up by Germán Berra winemaking at Finca Flichman is given a guiding hand by Alberto Antonini as consultant winemaker. There's a hands-off approach to the Tanguero, using stainless steel for the fermentation and a subtle three months in barrel then another three in bottle to make sure the final wine's all ready to go.

The Region

Mendoza is the country's largest wine province, producing over 80% of Argentina's total wine production and with more than 160,000 hectares of cultivated vineyards. This area copes well with both white and red varietals, including Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin and Torrontés among the whites and Shiraz, Malbec, Bonarda and Tempranillo for the reds - with the Finca Flichman wines picked from the Barranca region in southern Maipú.

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Skirt Steak with Chimichurri Sauce

This robust, flavoursome cut is nicely balanced by the punchy, herby sauce. Skirt needs a relatively well-structured red to soften the meat flavours, so plump for a classic Malbec or Cabernet but remember not to go too full-bodied or risk drowning out the green sauce. Why not try this Argentinian Malbec for size?
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Blackened Steak With Red Wine Jus

Rump steak calls for a Malbec to square up to the dense structure of the meat. It's perfection.
Rich, plumy structured reds with some oak ageing, just like this plush, smooth red wine will definitely leave you wanting more.
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Mushroom Risotto and Caramelised Onions

The wholesome, rich and earthy flavours of mushroom risotto pair perfectly with aged and oaked reds. As this risotto is baked it gives you the opportunity to crack open a bottle of Colomé Estate Salta Malbec 2016 and relax while the risotto cooks.
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