Lucky Duck's Malbec pours a dark, clear ruby, almost purple. It smells like mild blackberries, but it pretty muted otherwise. You taste it and get some moderately tart raspberry notes with very weak tannins, and an abrupt finish. Is it bad? No, especially in the realm of cheap wines. Is it a good representation of Malbec? Not at all. It lacks the depth, tannin, and wonderful earthiness that make Malbecs awesome. It is pretty much a one-note wine that tastes more like a weak Cabernet Sauvignon. But, it's Walmart... what do you expect? It would still pair well enough with tomato-based pasta and pizza dishes if you aren't looking for something more complex and rich.
Lucky Duck's Malbec is good enough if you want an extremely cheap, red wine. Personally, I would rather pay a couple more dollars and get some Malbec that tastes like Malbec. But, I've had worse cheap wine, that's for sure.