Unfortunately (or as always maybe fortunately), there’s no press on this. But the winery says:
Offers aromas of muddled black and red cherry with deeper underlining nuances of ripe plum. Holds pleasing freshness and mineral contributions through the finish. Tannins are bold, but sleek and polished.
And here are a couple of reviewers on Vivino:
Grand Cata says have with spicy or BBQ but we had with cheese and it was ??. Matt at first described as “mellow” but quickly became a favorite.
Really smooth, great with a light pasta dish Had with the fam in Charlottesville with Pasta Carbonara.
This is easily one of the best $20 Malbecs in the market, and can compete with a lot of the Uco Valley’s far more expensive offerings…especially if you take this for what it is.
What it is is a wine with terrific raw material that’s made in a style not looking to seize attention (as all the $100 to $750 Uco Valley bottlings are), but rather to be drunk and enjoyed by people as confident as it is.
(How’s that for a set up?)