Food pairings: all types of meat-based meals, foie gras. Argentine Malbec suits Mexican, Cajun, and Indian dishes, if you insist on having wine with such meals. Districts: malbec has its origins in the French Bordeaux region. It is grown as côt in the Loire Valley and auxerrois in Cahors. Malbec has also been recognized as médoc noir or pressac again in France. Malbec is widely grown in Argentina, where it is the most popular red grape variety. It is also available in Chile, in Australia, and in the cooler regions of California. Typical taste in varietal wine: malbec’s characteristics vary greatly depending on where it is grown and how it is transformed. Generally it produces an easy-drinking style, well colored wine that tastes of plums, berries, and spice. Malbec is often blended with other varieties such as cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, and petit verdot to make Bordeaux style wines. Malbec and some such blends may present some health benefits.

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  1. Chateau Malbat Bordeaux 2014

    Chateau Malbat Bordeaux 2014


    This is an attractively perfumed wine. It has fine acidity, ripe wood flavors and spice. The weight of the fruit is enough to balance with the wood. It will be ready to drink from 2018. Learn More
  2. Santa Rita 120 Malbec

    Santa Rita 120 Malbec


    Intense purplish ruby-red. Violets, plums and blackberries with notes of oak, coffee and tobacco. Round with sweet, elegant tannins that deepen on the palate, leaving a fresh and juicy finish. Learn More
  3. 2014 Taymente Malbec

    2014 Taymente Malbec


    2014 Taymente Malbec "100% Malbec. Huarpe's 50-year old vineyards located in Barrancas, Maipe, Mendoza. Altitude 780 meters above sea level. Yield of 7 tons per hectare. Manual selection in March. Double selection performed both in vineyard and at the winery. Controlled fermentation in stainless steel vats at temperatures below 25C, post-fermentative maceration, malolactic fermentation. Neither filtered nor treated with clarifiers. Aged in new French and American oak barrels for ten months. " ~ Winery notes Learn More
  4.  2012 Bodegas Graffigna  Malbec Reserve

    2012 Bodegas Graffigna Malbec Reserve


    Deep red with purple hues. Complex dark berry aromas highlighted with delicate black pepper and toasted notes. Well-integrated tannins, round velvety body and a long, persistent finish." Learn More
  5. Guillermo De Mendoza Malbec

    Guillermo De Mendoza Malbec


    Founded in 1977 by the Martins family, Portuguese immigrants with a history in the cork industry, Bodegas Hispano Argentinas is located at Cruz de Piedra in Maipú, its 60 acres of vineyards spanning an altitude range from 500 to a staggering 5000 feet above sea level. Their Guillermo de Mendoza Malbec bottling is fresh, deeply fruited and an immensely satisfying quaff. KOSHER Learn More
  6. Marcus James Malbec

    Marcus James Malbec


    Medium deep ruby red/garnet; Aromas and flavours of ripe black berry, currant, plum, violet, cherry and herb; Dry, medium-full bodied, with soft tannins; medium long finish, warm spicy notes; easy drinking style. Learn More
  7. Trapiche Broquel Malbec

    Trapiche Broquel Malbec


    Intense purple red color with ruby hues. Aromas of fresh red and black fruits, floral notes, and earthy minerals, with an elegant touch of smoke. Rich and spicy on the palate providing a long and pleasant finish. Ideal to serve with grilled red meats, stews, pasta with mushroom sauce and cheeses. Learn More
  8. Trivento Reserve Malbec

    Trivento Reserve Malbec


    A bright crimson red whose plum and raspberry aromas mingle elegantly with vanilla notes from the 6 months aged in French oak barrels. Well balanced, with sweet tannins and a velvety finish, Trivento Reserve Malbec is ideal with meats and tomato dishes. The name Trivento comes from three winds; Polar, Zonda and Sudestada. It is these winds that make Mendoza such a distinctive and successful wine growing region. Learn More
  9. Domaine Bousquet Malbec

    Domaine Bousquet Malbec


    There's no question that this is Malbec wine but there is a smattering of other grape varieties in here too: Cabernet Sauvignon (5%), Merlot (5%) & Shiraz (5%) which adds additional substance to the wine. Aged for ten months in solely French oak (rather than a combination of American and French), which is generally accepted to deliver a more finesse and subtle flavouring and this works well in this wine which is fantastically intense and has flavours of black fruits, spice, caramel, chocolate, liquorice, fig and much more besides. Learn More
  10. Terrazas Malbec Reserva 2014

    Terrazas Malbec Reserva 2014


    Bright red color with purple shades. Intense floral and fruity notes. Presence of violets, ripe black cherry and plum aromas. ReIts sweet and juicy mouthfeel delivers finesse, delicate tannins and an elegant finish of black fruits. veals a toasty and spicy character of black pepper and chocolate. Pair with Tuna Carpaccio and Red Fruits Vinaigrette, Tenderloin served with Mediterranean Ratatouille and Moist Semisweet Chocolate Cake over Mascarpone and Red Fruits Ice Cream. Learn More
  11. 2013 Catena Malbec

    2013 Catena Malbec


    shows a saturated dark violet color; the nose offers cassis, mocha and clove, along with a strong suggestion of soil tones. It combines density and sweetness on the one hand, with gripping, lightly saline flavors of tobacco, dark berries, spices and minerals; a palate-staining finish dominated by sweet black and blue fruits. Learn More
  12. Luigi Bosca DOC 2013

    Luigi Bosca DOC 2013


    Full and very ripe, with hints of raisin and fig set against a smooth, plush texture. This is single-vineyard juice from a prominent producer, grapy and plummy in the centre, with toasty oak, chalky tannins for structure and spicy lift for good balance; $29.99 in British Columbia, various prices in Alberta. Learn More
  13. Chateau De Haute Serre Malbec

    Chateau De Haute Serre Malbec


    On some of the highest vineyards in Cahors, this estate has a history reaching back to the Middle Ages. This latest vintage from this major estate has a firm structure and cool texture. Allied to acidity and dark tannins, the rich black fruits are going to need time to mature. Drink from 2020. Learn More
  14. Chateau La Tour Chambert

    Chateau La Tour Chambert


    This is a big, rich wine, with swathes of black currant fruit and ripe spice. The tannins are there too, a wall of solid texture and dark structure. With this weight and density, it's obvious that this wine needs some serious aging, so don't drink before 2018. Learn More
  15. Backsberg Klein Babylons Toren Cabernet Merlot

    Backsberg Klein Babylons Toren Cabernet Merlot


    Klein Babylons Toren is a specially crafted cuvée on the basis of varietal intensity and character. Violets, cassis and dried herb aromas from a complex bouquet hinting at the palate’s awaiting intensity. Flavours of blackberry and earthy forest floor elements are neatly meshed by fine, ripe fruit tannins that finishes dry with oak derived characters of cinnamon and vanilla. Rich yet structured, this wine will repay careful cellaring over the next ten years. Tasting Notes Download Learn More
  16. El Esteco Malbec 2013

    El Esteco Malbec 2013


    Pretty balance to this with dark berry, leather and light tar character. Full body, fine tannins and a fresh finish. Drink or hold Learn More
  17. El Enemigo Malbec 2012

    El Enemigo Malbec 2012


    Alejandro Vigil's El Enemigo wines are worth jumping on if you like full-bodied, robust Argentinean reds. This is typically smoky and dark up front, with molasses, marzipan and blackberry aromas. The palate clamps down with tannic grip, while flavors of oak, blackberry, tobacco, vanilla and spices end briary and with subtlety, which is what makes this powerful wine so good. Drink through 2019. Learn More
  18. Branmare Vina Cobos Rebon Malbec

    Branmare Vina Cobos Rebon Malbec


    The malbec from our Rebon vineyard is attractive and complex. It has an excellent ruby red and aromas of red fruit, blackberry and a fresh touch of herbs and violets, toasted sugar, dried figs and a touch of anise. On the palate it has great structure; it is round and elegant with good concentration. It has firm tannins and a notorious minerality. This wine is fresh on the palate and has a good finish. Learn More
  19. Achaval Ferrer Finca Mirador 2011

    Achaval Ferrer Finca Mirador 2011


    A superb display of tasty new oak, lilac, spice, and black cherry, Finca Mirador has personality and structure. Critical Acclaim WS96 Wine Spectator - "This pure, racy red exhibits a dark side, with layers of spice, graphite and maduro tobacco to the crushed raspberry, blackberry and concentrated cassis fruit. Needs time in the cellar. Best from 2015 through 2022." RP95 The Wine Advocate - "The vines in Finca Mirador were planted half in 1928 and half in 1942, the latter pruned double-Guyot. The 2010 Finca Mirador is from the Medrano sub-region, originating from heavier, clayey soils and aged in new French barrels for 16 months. The nose is more expressive than the Finca Bella Vista with cassis and blueberry aromas imbued with a sorbet like freshness and vivacity. After 20 minutes, there is an estuarine, oyster shell scent emerging. The palate is medium-bodied with very fine tannins and a surprising sense of reserve and sophistication that could probably show Bordeaux a few lessons in restraint! It draws you in to its complexity and its precise, delineated finish of black currant pastille, sea salt and crushed stone that lingers long in the mouth. This is an outstanding Argentinean Malbec. Drink 2016-2035." Learn More

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