Malbec - Grape Variety

Celebrated in France for being the grape producing the “black” wine of Cahors, it seems more likely that Malbec's origins lie in the Loire Valley, where it is known as Cot. It has, in the past, been employed in the blends of Bordeaux. The sheer diversity of this variety's names suggest its long history. Introduced into Argentina in the middle of the nineteenth century, Malbec has now become virtually synonymous with the red wine production of that country.

2 wines
Old World
2020 Château d'Issan, Margaux
Red | Still | 13.29%
Case of 6 Bottles
price under bond
Old World
2012 Bloc B763 Cahors Mas del Périé, Fabien Jouves
Red | Still | 14%
Single Bottle
price under bond
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