Club W sends little cards with the wine that describes it. So here we go:
“This is rich, classic Malbec; like everything from Argentina, it goes best with steak.” Therefore, the recipe that they have that would go well with the wine is a Pappardelle & Beef Ragu. Obviously, being vegetarian I will not be making this, but I could always make something similar or use meat substitutes.
“Juicy cherry flavors are a delight to the palate, especially with notes of sunbaked earth and sweet spice. Velvety texture and a super silky finish? There’s a reason everyone loves Malbec.”
It has a little bit of woody and earthy flavors, a lot of fruit flavors and a decent body. One from the Quiver is made in Mendoza, Argentina and smells like cherry, raspberry, cinnamon stick, and black licorice. Don’t let the black licorice turn your off though. I despise black licorice and I loved this wine. Alcohol by volume is 14%.