With the runaway success of Malbec in Argentina, it’s easy to forget that the grape was transplanted from France, where it was (and still is) a minor player in Bordeaux and the Loire Valley and the dominant variety in the small Cahors appellation in the south. But more than anywhere, Malbec thrives in its adopted country, where it has no problem ripening in the Argentine sun.
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