This is how you make affordable Malbec from Argentina
The Full Review
It comes down to this, the wine is $9 and has 13% alcohol. It is balanced and ripe with a soft, easy going nose and a palate that is by no means complex but welcoming. The palate is what will get you. This is your new pizza-burger-rooftop-porch-cookout-house-party wine go-to. And it’s under screw cap! If saying cheap is bad, then I don’t want to be right. This is how you make great cheap wine. It pleases all red wine drinking palates and can be chilled in the summer. You should probably go buy a case to have on hand for a random night of Cards Against Humanity.