Argentine Winery Domaine Bousquet Introduces Ameri Malbec

The single-vineyard offering features fruit grown in the Uco Valley’s Alto Gualtallary zone.

Argentina’s Domai­ne Bous­quet has expan­ded Ame­ri, the company’s flagship sin­gle vine­yard offe­ring, with a new Mal­bec. The new wine ($37 a 750-ml.) joins Bousquet’s Ame­ri Red Blend. The gra­pes for both the Mal­bec and the red blend are grown in the company’s vine­yard in the Uco Valley’s Alto Gual­ta­llary zone, roughly 4,000 feet abo­ve sea level. Like the red blend, the new Mal­bec is aged in French oak for roughly one year and is only avai­la­ble in limi­ted quan­ti­ties. For more infor­ma­tion, visit


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