Dark coloring with a nose of ripe fruit. Â Ripe fruit at the beginning with a smooth finish featuring just a touch of tannins. Â Will pair well with red meat, red sauce, or pizza.
Recommendations: I’ll be the first to admit that my wife and I picked up this bottle because of the label. Â Hologram style label will change depending on how you look at it, but you’ll quickly forget about it after you’ve started drinking this smooth red.
Paired with a meal of pasta with red sauce and meatballs, the smoothness of the wine did an excellent job of cutting through the acidity of the tomato sauce. Â I imagine this would have paired really well with a good steak, and almost lament that I didn’t get the chance to enjoy it with one.
If you’re already a fan of Malbecs, the Lo Tengo is worth checking out for the label alone, and if you’ve never had Malbec before, this is a great one to start with. Â Definitely worth the money and I recommend you try it.