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Third Thursday Virtual Tasting on Minstrel and Muse Featuring: Argentina, 2011 Catena Malbec #WineMuse

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Thursday 20 February at 5 PM PST/8 PM EST

Join us Thursday, February 20th at 8:00 pm EST/5:00 pm PST for our virtual tasting podcast. Grab a bottle of this wine and compare palates while we learn about Argentina Malbec. If you miss the live show, you can always listen to the recorded show.

In partnership with Minstrel and Muse Audio Art Magazine - we will conduct live virtual wine tastings on the Third Thursday of each month at 5 PM PST. These wine tastings are hosted by Linda Rez of Minstrel and Muse Audio Art Magazine and co-hosted by William Pollard of Wild 4 Washington Wine.

You are invited to taste along with Linda and William as they review the 2011 Catena Malbec from Mendoza, Argentina. Taste with us live - here's the link to the show.

If you cannot find the exact wine we are tasting, you can still join us with a bottle of Malbec from Argentina. Taste along and see if the wines have common aromas and flavors. It's a fun learning experience of sight, smell and flavor.

Throughout the year we will be visiting some of the many wine regions of the world. You can share in our adventure as we taste a World of Wine and learn about each wine and wine country.

Twitter users can follow along using #WineMuse for all our tweets.

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Purchase Argentina Malbec from Amazon Wine.

2010 AR Guentota Argentina Malbec 750 mL

2010 Swinto Argentina Malbec 750 mL

2009 Tierra Divina Mendoza Old Vine Malbec

2011 Mi Terruño Expresion Malbec, Argentina - Luján de Cuyo 750 mL

2011 Ricardo Santos Malbec 750 mL

Cheers!

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