Bodega Chakana “Ayni” Malbec Mendoza 2019

SKU: ARMECHAWIRE0375019 Category:
Malbec | Argentina | New World | Red Wine | Bodega Chakana | 2019 | 0,75 L | 14 %
About
Bodega Chakana "Ayni" Malbec Mendoza is a dry red wine, crafted from 100% Malbec grapes, sourced from the renowned Mendoza region in Argentina. This wine reflects the winery's commitment to organic and biodynamic viticulture, showcasing the purity and intensity of the Malbec varietal. The "Ayni" label represents the Andean concept of reciprocity and balance, and this wine embodies these principles with its depth and complexity.
Tasting notes

Bodega Chakana “Ayni” Malbec Mendoza reveal a rich bouquet of blackberries, plums, and dark cherries, complemented by hints of violet, cocoa, and spice. On the palate, it offers a full-bodied texture with well-integrated tannins, vibrant acidity, and flavors of ripe black fruits, licorice, and a touch of minerality, leading to a long, elegant finish. This Malbec is celebrated for its balance, intensity, and the expressive nature of its terroir.

Pairing

Bodega Chakana “Ayni” Malbec pairs beautifully with grilled meats, such as steak or lamb chops, where its robust structure and fruit profile enhance the savory flavors. It also complements rich, hearty dishes like beef stew or roasted vegetables, providing a harmonious and satisfying dining experience.

12 in stock

33.50 

Wine Searcher review

94/100
Bodega Chakana is a renowned winery located in the Mendoza region of Argentina, known for its commitment to organic and biodynamic farming practices, aiming to produce high-quality wines that reflect the true essence of their terroir. Established in 2002, Chakana has quickly gained a reputation for its innovative approach to winemaking, focusing on sustainability and the expression of native grape varieties, particularly Malbec. The winery's dedication to preserving the natural environment and traditional viticulture techniques has resulted in a portfolio of wines celebrated for their purity, complexity, and authenticity.
The inky black-blue grape variety of Malbec is native to Cahors in South West France. Through its success in the vineyards of Mendoza in particular, in a few short decades Malbec has shot from relative obscurity to international fame and is now better known as the iconic red wine grape of Argentina.