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Malbec is often associated with Argentina , but is actually from the South of France where most of it was wiped out in the severe frost in 1956. It is naturally high in alcohol and tannins.Malbec’s synergy with cabernet sauvignon is excellent, but it can stand proud as a 100 per cent varietal wine, and in either form, it makes a plush, rich winter wine looking for some flame-grilled beef. In Australia you can find this grape grown in Clare Valley, Margaret River and most notably Langhorne Creek.
South West France | Argentina
Smoke, Leather, Mulberry, Red Berries
Dark Roasted Meats, Lamb Shanks, Slow cooked stews and Pulled Pork
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