A semi-classic red-wine grape grown in the Bordeaux region of France, elsewhere in France, and cooler regions of California. Used primarily for blending, such as with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon to create the world renowned red Bordeaux 'claret.' Also known in France as Cot, and in Alsace as Auxerrois. The Argentine grape Fer is most likely a clo
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Where it comes from: The red grape of the Cahors region of France, but which works to best effect in its adopted home of Argentina. Flavour profile: Dense, chunky wines with flavours of plums, blackcurrants and tobacco. Where to find it: In France, Malbec is only widely grown in Cahors, although it is also traditionally one of grapes used to make r
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Malbec (pron) is a purple grape variety used in making red wine. The grapes tend to have an inky dark color and robust tannins, and are known as one of the six grapes allowed in the blend of red Bordeaux wine. The French plantations of Malbec are now found primarily in Cahors in South West France. It is increasingly celebrated as an Argentine vari
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The red variety is probably from the northern Burgundy. It was formerly cultivated in more than 30 departments, which explains the numerous synonyms. The French Pierre Ampelograph Pierre Galet (B. 1921) lists over 400 He also stated that the vines in the 16th Century under the reign of King Francis I (1494-1547) imported from the Cahors and was gro
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One of the five major red wine grape varieties of Bordeaux. Malbec produces excellent wines in Argentina but is little planted in California because of its history of sparse crops there. No one has determined why that should be true but it may be related the the rootstocks used.
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Probably the least interesting of the Bordeaux blending grapes, a few California wineries are making interesting varietal bottlings from Malbec.
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A hearty red grape of French origin now exceedingly popular in Argentina.
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One of the major red wine grape varieties of Bordeaux.
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