Septima Malbec 2007 · Uco Valley, Argentina
Argentine Malbec is one of those grapes that can produce extremely rich, dense, complex red wines, but can also be made into simple, fruity, easy quaffers — not unlike California Zinfandel.
This particular Malbec is on the soft side, and comes from the Uco Valley of Argentina. It runs about twelve bucks in most retail shops.
Tasting Notes: Septima Malbec 2007
Open nose of black plummy fruit, earth, herb, menthol, and something that reminds me of band-aids. In the mouth there is ample black fruit — plum, black raspberry, and blackberry. Texture is smooth. Tannins are soft but firm, if that makes any sense. Acidity is at a good level for food matching, but also on the soft side.
a-7 t-7 b-8 fc-7 v-7 ~ 86 Points
This is an easy drinking Malbec with just enough structure to enjoy with a turkey burger or simple bistro fare.
Where To Buy It
Learn more at the US importer’s website: Aveniu Brands