You are here: Home » Wine 101 » Argentinian Malbecs Argentinian Malbecs Wine 101 http://relish.com/articles/argentinian-malbecs/ April 1, 2013 Malbec wine with deep dark-fruit flavors, but a marked lift on the finish. http://pgoarelish2.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/malbec.jpg Share this: Pin ItEmailPrint Alamos 2011 Mendoza Selección Malbec ($20) The best Malbecs from Argentina do a neat trick little trick: They offer deep fruit and enough tannins for some serious oomph—yet come with a beam of brightness that keeps them lively. If that sounds good as spring hits its stride, pick up Alamos 2011 Selección Malbec. Enjoy deep dark-fruit flavors, but a marked lift on the finish—akin to the bright spark at the heart of a boysenberry. It’s a great choice to transition from heavy winter reds to the lighter wines of summer. By Wini Moranville, Relish wine columnist Share this: Pin ItEmailPrint Sizzling Sirloin Kabobs on a Bed of Orzo Beef and bell peppers are skewered, grilled and served over hot orzo. Rosa di Parma (Filled Beef Tenderloin) Having company? Try this indulgent stuffed beef tenderloin for special occasions. Roast Beef with Green Olives A beautiful roasted beef tenderloin from Stephane Reynaud's Rotis cookbook. Asian Steak and Spinach Salad Spinach is rich in vitamin K, which activates osteocalcin, a protein that binds calcium to bones. Steak with Three-Herb Chimichurri Sauce Chimichurri Sauce provides a fresh "green" taste to grilled steak. Sponsored by George Foreman® Grills.