Zolo Malbec 2012 is a great value wine.
The King's Guide Score: 81
Zolo is a fruit-forward, great value wine. It can be paired with a wide range of foods. This Zolo wine can "blow your hat off" (see label). Zolo Malbec is plump with flavor.
There are notes of blackberry, plum, and fig. The body is medium- to full-bodied. Chewy tannins, which means that the wine dries out your mouth and makes you “chew” or clean the tannins out of your mouth. The wine is fruit forward with dominant flavors bursting with black currant sweet fruit smells. Some violet flower. Smokey finish.
Zolo has been a leading wine producer in Argentina since 2004, and is estate-grown (which means all the grapes are grown on their land) & sustainably-farmed (which means they use farming techniques that protect the environment.) According to WineFolly.com, Argentina leads with over 75% of all the acres of Malbec in the world. In a way, Argentina reinvigorated Malbec as one of the top 18 noble grapes. Now it grows in seven countries and continues to grow in popularity.
To pair this Zolo Malbec 2012, try some dark meats like beef brisket and buffalo. Use some shallots and garlic. Smelly raw goat cheese. Mushrooms and roasted veggies.
For this article, we have paired with some grill-roasted vegetables.
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