Don’t say it, Gary. Don’t you dare say it.
“More wine for me, Argentina!”
You are so embarrassing, you know that?
“The truth is I love to drink it!”
“All through this Wine Days festival tasting…”
Will you stop it? I get it. It’s a Passo Doble Masi Tupungato 2009 Argentinean Malbec 6-Pack. It’s an Argentinian wine. I know. You don’t have to get all Andrew Lloyd Webber on me.
“Please keep your promise, don’t keep your distance!”
Believe me, I’m wishing I could keep more distance between us.
Passo Doble Masi Tupungato Argentinean Malbec 2009
- Alcohol: 13.78% vol.
- Sugars: 2.5 g/l
- Dry extract: 26.1 g/l
- Total acidity: 5.56 g/l
- pH: 3.56
Deep red with dark violet edges. Complex bouquet: ripe red fruit pushing through vegetal hints with touches of liquorice. Full-bodied on the palate with an upfront spicy grassiness evolving into soft, attractive baked plum and cherry flavors. Long finish with hints of vanilla. Passo Doble goes well with a wide variety of foods: grilled or roasted red meats, winged game, mature and strong-flavored cheeses. Serve at 64°F in wide-bottomed glasses.
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