Malbec

Malbec is a purple grape variety used in making red wine. The grapes tend to have an inky dark color and robust tannins and are known as one of the six grapes allowed in the blend of red Bordeaux wine. In France, plantations of Malbec are now found primarily in Cahors in South West France, though the grape is grown worldwide. It is increasingly celebrated as an Argentine varietal.

Georges Vigouroux Château de Haute-Serre Cahors Malbec
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Malbec from Cahors, South West, France

90 pts Wine Enthusiast


The wine bursts with aromas of spices and dark plums with hints of cacao. The mouth is robust and round, with flavors of ripe black fruit, dried raspberries, dried mint and hints of cacao powder and smoke.

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Malbec from Cahors, South West, France

90 pts Wine Enthusiast


The wine bursts with aromas of spices and dark plums with hints of cacao. The mouth is robust and round, with flavors of ripe black fruit, dried raspberries, dried mint and hints of cacao powder and smoke.

(4/5) on 3 rating(s)
Anne de Joyeuse Original Malbec 2018

Malbec from Languedoc, France
Full-bodied with fine and elegant tannins as well as a long finish



Intense aromatic with bright dark ruby color and purple highlights.
Ideal with red meats (steaks, ribs on the bone) but also cockerels or roasted duck.


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Malbec from Languedoc, France
Full-bodied with fine and elegant tannins as well as a long finish



Intense aromatic with bright dark ruby color and purple highlights.
Ideal with red meats (steaks, ribs on the bone) but also cockerels or roasted duck.