Malbec used to be popular mainly in Bordeaux, but it is now mostly used in Argentinan wines and has become its signature grape. Argentina’s success with malbec has inspired Chile to jump on the bandwagon. The grape grown in Chile is often more rich in tannin and is often mixed with cabernet sauvignon.
Chilean Malbec (World Vineyard)
The hot dry climate allows the grapes to reach excellent ripeness, and lush fruity characters,...
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SEK 595
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Chilean Malbec (Selection)
Winexpert's Selection Chilean Malbec has an intense bouquet of damson plums, blackcurrant and...
In stock: 11
SEK 795
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Argentina Malbec with Grape Skins (Selection)
Selection Argentine Malbec with grape skins is a medium/full-bodied, dry red wine with firm...
In stock: 2
SEK 1,145
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