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2007 Ferngrove King Malbec, Frankland River,
A steak sandwich is a simple but satisfying lunch. The wine to serve should also be simple and satisfying - and this Great Southern malbec is just that: its dense, gutsy flavours equal those of the steak. Malbec is a lesser-known red variety - rubbing shoulders in Bordeaux with cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cabernet franc and petit verdot, but it has been around in Australia since the 1820s. It's more comfortable in a blend - typically cabernet sauvignon, as in its Bordeaux homeland or, historically, in this country, with shiraz - as the folk from Wendouree do so well. The Argentineans have made a specialty of malbec, as they have of beef - so pairing the two is a no-brainer. And the Ferngrove King Malbec is right on the money: rustic and earthy with flavours of mulberry, sun-dried sour cherry with sufficient chewy tannins to get your teeth into - just like a good steak sandwich.