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Zero Added Sulphite[ Vegan
Malbec Cecchin - Buon Vino Natural Wines
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Malbec Sin Sulfiti Familia Cecchin 2019

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One Line Description Malbec Sin Sulfiti Familia Cecchin, Zero added sulphur Malbec, rare and unusual flavours, fascinating vibrancy, not the usual Argy Malbec!
Production Method Natural, Organic
Country Argentina Argentinian
Region Mendoza, Argentina
Producer Bodega Cecchin
Vintage 2019
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend 100% Malbec
Alcohol 12.5% abv
Terroir The soils throughout the vineyards are mainly clay and cultivation is still done with horses. The water from the icecapped Andes mountains irrigate their organic vineyards
Total Sulphur Level Below 50mg/l
Maturation Fermentation which takes place in 120 hl cement tanks, coated on the inside with epoxy. No oak.
Ageing Potential Best drunk young
Production Detail Organic, harvest is manual in small baskets and yields are accordingly low
Natural Features Zero Added Sulphites (Sulphur), Vegan, Hazy, Unfined, Oxidative Notes, Funky Aromas


Malbec Sin Sulfiti Familia Cecchin, Zero added sulphur Malbec, rare and unusual flavours, fascinating vibrancy, not the usual Argy Malbec! The new Cecchin Malbec is again made with no added sulphur. Natural yeast and the non-interventionist approach of the wine maker make for a Malbec that has more of a hint of something French about it and as a result is very food friendly. Delicious red and outstanding value for this little natural gem.

At Bodega Cecchin, they play Rugby and make wine....although not at the same time. In these parts the oval ball and grapes like Carignan are revered as in areas of the Corbieres and Fitou. Although the origin of the Cecchin family is Italy having emigrated to Argentina in 1910. In 1959 Jorge and Pedro Cecchin fulfilled a dream and bought 11 hectares of vines in Mendoza and the current now much larger estate is run by their grandson Oscar Alberto. They are 100% organic in the vines and also use biodynamic practice in some areas although not all. Ferments are with wild yeast and sulphur use is kept to the bare minimum if at all, (although the 'Sin Sulfiti' Malbec wasn't made in 2014). These are really characterful wines, not the usual Argentinian fruit bomb, full of vitality and vinosity, give em a try, they are lovely.


8Reviews For Malbec Sin Sulfiti Familia Cecchin 2019

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    Probably deserves 4.5 stars. I find most Argentinian Malbecs quite heavy and overworked but this was fresh, fruity and lively. Good mouth filling wine, a good match with food but also for drinking on its own. I bought this on spec and am delighted with the wine.

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    This wine was a great gift for a friend, great delivery too.

  3. How good is this wine?


    Not usually one for Malbec but went for this on the recommendation of a friend and it was truly superb. Something French and funky about it with ever expanding notes of depth. You just fall into this wine, Deeply. Will definitely buy again if there is any left.

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    Easy to drink but with lots going on in the glass. Intriguing and powerful.

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    Emma G20/03/2018

    A soft, fruity red, with a mellow hint of oak. Very drinkable. Outstanding value for money. So good I'm tempted to write a bad review to put others off buying so my husband and I can drink the lot!

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    We were pleasantly surprised by this mature Malbec with great depth. Oak flavor was unexpected but thoroughly enjoyed. Will be ordering again!

  7. How good is this wine?


    As the one line description provided above says, "unusual flavours, fascinating vibrancy", this really sums up this wine. Five star rating is based on quality for the price.

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    Peter Scott23/01/2017

    This is a really interesting Malbec. Lighter and fruitier than expected but with the most extraordinary finish which gives you a hint of something like beef dripping. Slips down very easily indeed, and far too good for the price.

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