In a nutshell:
A beefy, but intriguingly scented Argentine Malbec.
With some white Torrontés being added to the blend in some ways this mirrors famous northern Rhône reds which contain a small amount of Viognier. This is, however, an unmistakeably Argentinian take on things. It's delightfully aromatic and being unoaked is a velvety soft and really approachable creature, showing rich chocolate flavours with a touch of florality.
When to drink:
Naturally, a wine to drink with barbecued and grilled red meats, but also works really well all by itself.