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 Domainebousquet.com.