Among the myriad critter wines that are coming out of South America, this Malbec is a serious offering with a balanced, broad set of fruity aromas and a plump, berry driven palate. Has the right amount of acidity and tannins to create a good mouthfeel, and the finish remains soft enough to enjoy
By Belasco de Baquedano, this is a chunky, low-acid Malbec with mint, raisin and slightly damp, earthy undertones. The palate is weighty almost to the point of syrupy, while the flavors are of cola and sweet berries. Soft and slightly herbal, but good in a no-fuss sort of way.