Clean and smooth, with plenty of unadulterated red-fruit aromas. The palate is plump, with ripe plum and berry flavors. Finishes with crisp tannins, raspberry flavors and some style. It’s the type of wine that has made Malbec’s value-worthy reputation what it is today.
This mildly prickly, red-fruit dominated Malbec is perfectly drinkable. The nose is drying, while the palate shows red cherries and raspberry along with some forceful buttery oak. Reasonably long on the finish.
Starts with thick, raisiny aromas and later perfume and violets enter the scene. But in the mouth it’s sort of thick and lumpy, with blackberry and cassis flavors but not much verve, tannin or acidity. Seems top-loaded, without much structure or finish to seal the deal.