Tango Real Wines

There’s excitement about a fabulous Malbec wine on the market by Tango Real wines!

I had the opportunity to meet with Juan Pombo, the owner of TangoReal. This is the U.S. operation for Goyenechea Winery andVineyards, founded in 1868 in Mendoza, Argentina.

Cork & Olive

We had a lovely time talking about his wines, and I had the pleasure to sample the Malbec at Cork & Olive in Lake Mary, Florida.

Andes Mountains

This is 100% Malbec grapes from the growers’ own vineyards in the small village of Villa Atuel. This village is towards the Southern portion of the Province of San Rafael, just about 50 km east of the massive ridge of the Andes where the snow-capped mountains provide most of the water for the region.

Fermentation

Ten days of initial fermentation – followed by malolactic fermention in the bottle – and one year of rest in the old cellars of the winery are finally rounded by 6 months in oak vessels. This fermentation process produce a ruby red juice with violet tones.

Its aroma is delicate with scents of dried fruit, nut, mild but spicy and you can sense a flavor of smoked wood which is very well combined with the wine.

Steaks or Mediterranean Dishes

It is an ideal pairing for any type of meats, but it became my favorite with a well-prepared steak. Actually, it will go very well with any Mediterranean classic dish and its sauces.

At around $15 a bottle, the Malbec is reasonably priced, and such an excellent value!

While having a lovely afternoon sampling wine with Juan and Antony, proprietor of Cork & Olive in Lake Mary, I ran into a wine lover of Tango Real’s Malbec, and he said,

“It’s soft and smooth – not sweet – very forgiving. I love this wine!”

You are invited to see for yourself how fabulous this wine is!

Be sure to also ask for Tango Real wines at your favorite wine shops and restaurants… See you soon at an upcoming wine tasting!

This post was written by Michelle Valentine for her advertiser, Tango Real Wines.

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