For about $20, with 14.2% alcohol, and scoring an excellent 16+ Dionysian points , the 2019 Bianchi Malbec it’s big and jammy, but still a food wine. It has blackberry, and spice. It is full-bodied and can age a decade or more.
The wine has great potential. Bianchi really knows what to do with Malbec. It’s the oldest family-owned winery in Argentina and they make one of the better Malbecs in South America. Seek one out.
Ask your local wine shop to get some if they don’t have any in stock. In Vino Veritas.