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Howdy, wine drinker.
I’m Jacob from I Want You to Drink More Wine.
In today’s video I’ll be sharing an honest wine review and suggesting a pairing that complements this wine perfectly.
Today we’ve got a nice red wine out of Argentina and some red meat, some baby back ribs.
Let’s go ahead and check out our wine.
Antigal 1 (Uno) Malbec 2014
We’ve got an Uno Antigal Malbec.
This Malbec is out of Mendoza, Argentina.
This is going to be a pretty dang cool bottle.
I love this thing.
That’s really what caught my attention.
Then I found out the ratings on this for the price, top-notch wine.
You’re going to have a bunch of fruitiness going on, and I think it’s going to go really nicely with this rib pairing we have for you.
Let’s go ahead and check out this pairing.
Sticky Barbecued Ribs
So we did it big today, in this video.
We’ve got a sticky ribs pairing.
How delicious does that recipe sound?
When I saw sticky, I’m like, mmm, mouth-watering.
I started salivating, because I like ribs, I love baby back ribs.
But just, I don’t know–something about sticky, it’s almost like you’re having a dessert, but you’re having ribs.
What do you think of these bad boys?
Let’s go ahead and pour us a glass, and see how this pairing goes.
So I’ve got a little glass of this Uno Malbec.
Red fruits, nice ripe soft tannins.
Definitely feel the alcohol, though.
I would let this wine open up a little bit.
Let’s see how that goes with this.
Fall off the bone.
Sweetness, we’ve got onions, ketchup, carrots, molasses.
I really can’t stop eating this, it’s so good.
Let’s go see how this did.
So here’s the thing, to me the flavors blend really nicely with the wine.
The wine really brings out all this deliciousness in your ribs, and the sticky pairing.
The only thing is you feel that alcohol.
So just a warning, if you don’t like the alcohol feeling, this might not be the pairing for you.
However, this is a top-notch pairing.
Flavors blend nicely, love the sticky pairing rib.
And if you’re going to get this Uno Malbec 2014 out of Mendoza,
Argentina, Vivino has it 3.8.
I’d bring this thing up to a 4.5, this is a solid wine.
Average price $15.99.
So good, I even got a little on my shirt.
Oh well, try this wine.
Try this pairing.
Until our next video, take care.