Tamarí AR Malbec 2013 and Dos Mundos blend 2013 received 92 points in James Suckling’s report

Tuesday May 31st, 2016    

The scores were recently released for James Suckling’s latest report about Argentine wines.

In his most recent visit to Mendoza and Buenos Aires in April, the renowned US critic tasted over 700 Argentine wines and amongst those, Bodega Tamarí wines excelled with outstanding scores.

Tamarí AR Malbec 2013, Uco Valley receives 92 points and the following tasting note: “Aromas of blueberry and meat with hints of earth. Full body, velvety tannins and a long finish. Bark and wet earth undertone”.

Moreover, Tamarí Dos Mundos Blend 2013, Uco Valley, also receives 92 points and was described as “a fresh and savory red with dried meat, berry and dark chocolate character. Medium to full body, medium tannins and a fruity finish. A blend of cabernet franc, malbec, cabernet sauvignon, petit verdot and tannat.