It seems as though everyone is drinking malbec these days. I’ve had dozens of friends ask for recommendations over the holidays. Heck, even my ex-wife said it’s her and her husband’s favorite wine, and I don’t think she drank more than three glasses of any wine in the 9 years we were married! Therefore, I’ve been trying to drink a little more of the red wine that most often comes from Argentina. A sample of Trivento Malbec Reserve 2012 came my way, and I was having meatloaf, so I figured why not take a quick look at the wine.
Tasting Notes For Trivento Malbec Reserve 2012
Hailing from Mendoza, Argentina, the Trivento Malbec Reserve 2012 is a fair example of the grape at a fair price. When you sip a $10 wine, you don’t expect angels to descend from the sky with trumpets, singing hymns as your tastebuds die and go to heaven. However, you don’t want to feel as though drinking it would make Fred Sanford proud. The aroma of the Trivento Malbec Reserve 2012 is blackberry and briars, surrounded by a bit of meaty, cherry spice. The palate is an earthy, leather wrapped berry. There are medium tannins, and this is a dry wine that has a little spice and cedar mixed with some tobacco. A fair red wine for $10.
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