Bodegas Weinert in Mendoza is a malbec specialist, making some curious wines

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Malbec is best known for making easy-drinking charming wines but it can also make extraordinary long-lived wines. At Bodega Weinert in Lujan de Cuyo, winemaker Hubert Weber knows exactly what it takes to bring out the best character from this excellent grape. And his wine making principles are quite different in almost all aspects from most others.

Read more in Britt’s article on BKWine Magazine – including four original videos –  first published on Forbes:

Almost ripe grapes in Mendoza, Argentina
Almost ripe malbec grapes in Mendoza, Argentina, copyright BKWine Photography

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