Malbec

Malbec

Originally from Bordeaux, now virtually non-existent there, but is the major grape of Cahors, in S.W. France. Following its transportation to South America in the 19th century, Malbec is now the widest planted red grape in Argentina, and regarded as its signature red grape. Really excels in the high altitudes of Mendoza and San Rafael. The wines have luscious gamey concentration, are deep coloured, with rich, intensely fruity flavours, with underlying sweeter fruit elements of blackcurrants and mulberries. Also becoming popular in other New World countries, such as Australia.


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The latest vintage of Malbec under the world famous McGuigan Black Label. Intense fruit flavours and pleasantly softer than Malbecs from Argentina. Absolutely stunning.

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From the select "Private Label" range of Villa Maria, this Bordeaux style Merlot and Cabernet blend exhibits rich blackberry and raspberry notes on the nose, leading to a palate packed with juicy red cherry and cedar spice with an underlying tobacco character.

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Leftfield's 2018 Malbec is a deep, brooding, intense red, crafted from selected fruit sourced from Te Awa vineyards in the Gimblett Gravels area of Hawke's Bay on the east coast of the north island of New Zealand.

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