(2018) Argentinian Malbec is where the Beefsteak Club started, and this magnum bottle comes from the Uco Valley of Mendoza, feremented in small conctrete tanks with lees ageing. Dark and solid in colour, there is good depth aromatically, quite meaty and dense, a touch of beef stock appropriately enough, a glimmer of brighter black fruits and a whisper of Malbec's floral quality. In the mouth it is fairly chewy and a touch rustic, but there is a fine gravelly umami dryness to this, and the riper black fruit does reassert in the finish to leave a pleasing impression, some spicines too. Price is for the 1.5-litre magnum.