2010 FLECHAS DE LOS ANDES Gran Malbec Angentina



“Savor the extraordinary with the 2010 Flechas de los Andes Gran Malbec from Argentina. Immerse yourself in a symphony of flavors – ripe blackberries, velvety textures, and a hint of vanilla. Elevate your wine experience with this exceptional vintage, a true expression of Mendoza’s terroir. Secure your bottle today and indulge in the richness of Argentine winemaking.”

Volume: 750 ML | 14% ABV

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Wine Advocate – 92 Points

The 2010 Gran Malbec reveals a restrained nose, with shy notes of blackberry and blueberry and perhaps a faint note of violets enhanced by subtle spices in an overall very pleasant bouquet. The palate is medium to full-bodied and tightly knit, with balance and harmony and the components to age well. This is great value Malbec! Apr/2014 —Luis Gutiérrez

Flechas de los Andes is another of the components of the Clos de los 7, with the arrows (flechas) from the Rothschilds.


The 2010 Flechas de los Andes Gran Malbec from Argentina is an exquisite expression of the country’s winemaking prowess, epitomizing the artistry and dedication of the winemakers behind this exceptional vintage. Crafted in the heart of the Mendoza region, this Gran Malbec is a testament to the unique terroir that graces the foothills of the Andes.

In the glass, the wine unveils a deep, inky hue, hinting at the concentration of flavors that await. The nose is a symphony of aromas, with intense notes of ripe blackberries, plums, and a subtle touch of vanilla from careful oak aging. The 2010 vintage was marked by optimal weather conditions, allowing the grapes to reach their full potential and resulting in a wine of remarkable depth and complexity.

On the palate, the Gran Malbec unfolds with layers of flavor, showcasing the bold and velvety characteristics that Malbec enthusiasts adore. Ripe fruit flavors intermingle seamlessly with hints of chocolate, spices, and a touch of floral elegance. The wine’s well-integrated tannins provide structure and balance, leading to a long and satisfying finish.

This Gran Malbec reflects the meticulous attention to detail in both the vineyard and the winery, embodying the commitment to quality that defines Flechas de los Andes. It invites wine connoisseurs to embark on a sensory journey through the Argentinian terroir, making it a captivating addition to any collection. Indulge in the 2010 Flechas de los Andes Gran Malbec for an authentic taste of Mendoza’s vinous excellence.

Established as a collaboration between two renowned wine families, the Rothschilds of France and the Catena Zapata family of Argentina, Flechas de los Andes was born in 2003 with a shared vision of creating exceptional wines that mirror the unique terroir of Argentina’s Uco Valley. Situated at the base of the majestic Andes Mountains, the winery has been a testament to the fusion of Old World winemaking expertise and the New World’s dynamic viticultural landscape.

From its inception, Flechas de los Andes has focused on cultivating vineyards at high altitudes, harnessing the optimal conditions of the Uco Valley to produce wines of exceptional quality. The name “Flechas de los Andes,” which translates to “Arrows of the Andes,” pays homage to the ancestral paths of the indigenous people who once roamed these lands.

The winery’s commitment to sustainable practices, coupled with the meticulous care of the vineyards, has been instrumental in shaping their portfolio. Specializing in Malbec, the emblematic grape of Argentina, Flechas de los Andes crafts wines that showcase the intensity, elegance, and complexity that define the Uco Valley.

Today, Flechas de los Andes stands as a beacon of collaborative winemaking, inviting enthusiasts to experience the marriage of French finesse and Argentine passion in every bottle. With each vintage, the winery continues to build upon its legacy, offering a taste of the extraordinary terroir that makes Flechas de los Andes wines a true reflection of the Andean landscape.

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