Off dry, sweeter than pinot grigio and Diseño Torrontes. Floral and lightly acidic, though it's known the acid is added in which, admittedly, tastes mildly fake with the wines sweetness. Good with my Mexican chop salad though. Angular as I can taste each detail distinctly.
The only texas malbec I've found. Slightly spicy, neither sweet or dry in the beginning but dries out with time, round at first but the tannins turn sharp with time. Oddly, it smells slightly of Dr. Pepper after it airs, but it might be licorice.