Definitions

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  • n. A variety of grape used in making red wine
  • n. A red wine made chiefly from malbec grapes

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Examples

  • Often described as Chile's signature red grape, it's hardly as well-known as malbec, the other big Bordeaux transplant in South America, which put Argentina on the map during the past decade.

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  • In the local newsagents we found perfectly ripe avocados, soy sauce infused with sesame and a respectable Argentinian malbec.

    The Highlands' coolest – and most remote – cottages

  • A shame, as one of my favorite wines was the El Olivar malbec, which also got a score from WA that was utterly puzzling to me.

    Spot the 62 pointer - Viu 1 from Chile - and some Spanish | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • Hi Jeff – Malbec is v popular; yes, I poured the Yellow + Blue malbec and the Clos Siguier (Cahors) side by side.

    Produttori, Pinon, Ridge, Luzon – popular wine picks from class | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • De Martino Single Vineyard Old Bush Vines Las Cruces, Cachapoal Valley, Chile 2008 (£17.99, Virgin Wines)From a set of very old (for Chile) malbec and carmenère vines in the Cachapoal Valley, this is one of Chile's most exciting red wines.

    The 20 best Christmas red wines

  • Tesco Finest Argentina Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina 2010 £6.49, TescoA reliable favourite from Tesco's Finest range, this chunky but aromatic malbec from top Argentinian producer Catena Zapata is just made for Boxing Day roast beef.

    The 20 best Christmas red wines

  • The merlot (85%), petit verdot, cabernet franc and malbec that went into this Shinn Estate Vineyards Nine Barrels Merlot ($43) after the rains, and they clearly made good decisions along the way.

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  • Made with 33% cabernet franc, 21% cabernet sauvignon, 20% merlot, 20% petite verdot and 6% malbec, this is proof that, when Pindar wants to, it is capable of making excellent wine.

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  • I'd probably throw malbec into the fray as well, although we didn't taste any during TasteCamp.

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  • A blend of 80% merlot, 15% cabernet franc, 3% malbec and 2% petit verdot, this medium-dark garnet is very old world on the nose.

    New York Cork Club

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