Discover new favourites from the nation’s number-one malbec brand
Could this be your new favourite wine?
A good wine can make all the difference. It can take a romantic evening up a notch. It can make your dinner party go bang. Heck, it can even make a movie night on the sofa feel like an occasion. And now many wine drinkers across the UK have decided that their go-to good wine is Trivento. In fact, the brand’s Trivento Reserve Malbec is officially the nation’s number-one wine. What’s more, there are plenty of other wines from this exciting brand to be discovered.
Trivento Reserve Malbec
How do you become the nation’s number-one bottle? Well, this Argentinian wine comes from the famous vineyards of Mendoza, which sit below the spectacular Andes mountains. The name Trivento actually comes from three winds: Polar, Zonda and Sudestada, which, along with a dry continental climate, help make this area such a distinctive place for wine-growing. For the Reserve Malbec, the end result is a vibrant crimson red that’s well-balanced with sweet tannins and a velvety finish. It’s also received certification from The Vegan Society.
Where the Trivento Reserve Malbec really shines, though, is when it comes to pairing with food. The wine is known for its fig, plum and raspberry aromas that mingle with elegant notes of vanilla, which it gains from its six months spent in French and American oak. It’s a combination that gets along brilliantly with roasted meats, hearty stews and rich tomato dishes. If you’re planning a smart Sunday roast or a cosy night in, this wine will set the tone.
Trivento Malbec Reserve 75cl
Trivento’s Private Reserve Malbec
Another wine to try if you’re hosting friends is Trivento’s Private Reserve Malbec. From the high altitudes of Mendoza’s Uco Valley, Private Reserve is an award-winning wine that is wonderfully expressive and well-balanced in a sleek and stylish bottle. This intense ruby red malbec with violet tinges is aged for eight months in oak barrels, resulting in aromas of fig and blackberries mixed with coffee and chocolate. The palate is full-bodied with a long and persistent finish with sweet tannins. This Argentinian wine pairs fantastically with another Argentinian specialty: quality meat cooked over coals or wood fires. If you want to take your next garden cookout up a level, this is the red to choose. It also buddies up magnificently with mature cheeses – make it a priority with any cheeseboard.
Trivento Private Reserve Malbec 75cl
Trivento’s Reserve Malbec Rosé
But if you’re preparing something a little lighter for dinner, then you should consider Trivento’s Reserve Malbec Rosé, which is new to Sainsbury's. This style of wine is becoming a big hit among Argentinian wineries, and this delicately pink bottle expresses deep aromas of strawberries and red summer fruits, with a hint of grapefruit, rose and vanilla. It’s well-balanced with a crisp and fruity finish, which makes it best friends with seafood, tapas, salads and Italian charcuterie.
Trivento Reserve Malbec Rose Wine 75cl
Find out more
Not sure which wine is best suited to your occasion? Then head to discovertrivento.com to reveal the bottle that’s right for you.