Masi Passo Doble
Masi is a very well-known wine brand from Italy. They produce some really good wines and I have featured a handful of them here on The Life of Stuff before. This week I am going to recommend another red wine from Masi but this one has a twist, it’s from Argentina.
Masi Passo Doble, Malbac – Corvina. The Malbac grape has done wonders for Argentina’s wine industry and people seem to really love it. Corvina is an Italian grape that is used in the blend of Valpolicella and Bardolino.
Masi have their estate right at the heart of Argentina’s wine industry in Mendoza and it’s from there that the wines are produced.
The Malbac grapes produce full-bodied wines and the Corvina grape adds softness and acidity. Masi Passo Doble is a rich wine with aromas of fruit and herbs followed up with flavors of plums and cherries.
This is a really good wine and it’s some thing different as well. A bottle will set you back around €15
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