Review: 2016 Forever Young Malbec Reserva Mendoza
This affordable Argentine malbec (100%) is initially quite unassuming, a quiet wine with notes of peppery grilled beef, fresh cherries, and currant notes evident at the start. Over time, the wine develops more fully in the glass to reveal a spicier edge (beyond black pepper, that is) with hints of thyme and rosemary. Tannins are well moderated and completely approachable even at its young age. Weird name for an Argentinian wine, though.
B+ / $15 / foreveryoungwine.com
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