Imported wines are now booming in this country and we are seeing more and more good examples, like this slinky and sensual drop from Argentina. The Alamos Malbec is the spicy Latino that your cellar has been waiting for. The nose is as dark and brooding as an Argentine movie star with dark fruits, floral aromas and mocha notes. It’s followed by a supple mouthfeel of pronounced tannins with tobacco, spices and a crisp, acid finish. This wine would go well with the national dish of barbecued steak.