Loscano Vineyards, Malbec


Designed to be true to its varietal, Loscano 2018 Malbec exhibits the traditional soft tannins yet full body this wine is known for. Traditionally vinified but using some of the latest winemaking technologies, the Private Reserve Malbec comes from an elevation of 3,300 feet — Uco Vally (DOC) where it is grown in sandy, loamy soil with deeper gravel layer for excellent drainage. 2011 saw ideally balanced weather conditions, making way for an exceptionally delicious vintage that showcases the best an Argentine Malbec can offer.

​Tasting Notes

A striking, slightly smoky wine with deep burgundy hue, Malbec’s fruity bouquet delights the senses and warms the palate with notes of blackberries, blueberries & lavender, lingers with a gentle tannin pull, & finishes with flavors of toasted hazelnuts.

Food Pairings: Beef, Lamb, Poultry

Size: 750ml

Alcohol Content: 14.5%

Product of Argentina

Our Growing Region



Loscano Wines are grown in the high altitude of the

Uco Valley, Mendoza

The snow-covered Andes Mountains frame the back drop of where Argentina has been producing wine since 1551. The grapes we grow, and the wine we produce are the finest in the world. The growing season offers the fruit a long hang time which matures the grapes with warm days and cool evenings. The soils are the secret behind our great wines. A loom clay soil which offers the right nutrients and perfect drainage. With only eight inches of rain per year, we rely heavily on the snow melt of the Andes. Delivered through a drip system which allows our viticulturists to control the proper stress to the plants. This practice of water conservation makes farming possible in high desert regions.


With centuries of agricultural experience, the native Mendoceneans have created an Oasis in a land that offers a near perfect growing region for wines. Argentina has become the 5th largest exporter and grape growing country in the world. Mother Nature delivers eighty-percent of what’s in the bottle, but the twenty- percent our wine makers add their viticulture knowledge and winemaker passion to produce wines that are memorable. On your visit to Argentina join us in our tasting room. Take a vineyard tour, meet the winemaker and relax in the beauty of the Andes with a glass of Loscano, Cheers!

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