In a nutshell: A bright and intense Argentinian Malbec, purple red in colour to show its youth, and over-flowing with fresh fruit.
The lowdown: This is the essence of young, bold and fruit packed red, just the sort of thing that makes Malbec such a favourite. Ripe plums and cherries are the first impressions which come together nicely with the subtle tannins to make a wine which really sings on the tongue. Full of Malbec character, it's mellow and a failsafe crowd pleaser.
Nieto Senetiner is a winery that in recent years has been quietly carving out a bit of reputation. They've actually been around since 1888 and their vineyards can be found in some of the best parts of Mendoza - the home of Argentinian Malbec. Since winemaker Santiago Mayorga joined their ranks things have really moved on and with wine critics such as Tim Atkin MW sitting up and taking notice it gives an you and idea about the direction they're headed.
When to drink: An nice and easy number, that'll go well with any occasion. Pair it with cheese, pasta and poultry or the barbie, of course.