Adobe Organic Malbec
Adobe Organic Malbec O'Briens Wine 18WCHI010 WINE
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Rapel, Chile2021

Adobe Organic Malbec

Rapel, Chile, 2021

malbec
13.5%
savoury

Description

Emiliana is one of the world's largest producers of estate grown organic wines, and this varietally pure range offers excellent value for money. Chile is making some excellent Malbec, rivalling those of Andean neighbour Argentina, and this is a very good example, with buckets of ripe dark fruit.

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Delivery & Returns

No minimum order and if you spend €100 or more we'll deliver your order for free anywhere in Ireland.

Orders are normally delivered within 1-3 working days, (Monday-Friday excluding bank holidays) of you placing the order.

Change your mind? No problem. You can cancel your order at any stage or return some or all of it through any of our stores or we can arrange a collection. Simply contact us by email online@obrienswine.ie and we'll look after the rest.

Regular price €14.95
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malbec
13.5%
savoury

Description

Emiliana is one of the world's largest producers of estate grown organic wines, and this varietally pure range offers excellent value for money. Chile is making some excellent Malbec, rivalling those of Andean neighbour Argentina, and this is a very good example, with buckets of ripe dark fruit.

Product Reviews

Delivery & Returns

No minimum order and if you spend €100 or more we'll deliver your order for free anywhere in Ireland.

Orders are normally delivered within 1-3 working days, (Monday-Friday excluding bank holidays) of you placing the order.

Change your mind? No problem. You can cancel your order at any stage or return some or all of it through any of our stores or we can arrange a collection. Simply contact us by email online@obrienswine.ie and we'll look after the rest.

Emiliana
Emiliana
Chile Emiliana

Emiliana Winery was founded by the Guilisasti family in 1986. Today the estate’s 1,000 hectares are located across some of Chile ’s premier vine-growing regions, led by brothers Rafael and José Guilisasti.