The history of Malbec is undoubtedly one of the most colourful and yet little known stories about wine.
The flagship grape of Argentina doesn’t escape from the classic varietal crossings. Denominated as Côt, Auxerrois o Pressac on different parts of France, it is a foreign that plays as local.
It is the most widely planted red grape, the most exported and the one that best represents each terroir of the country. But why does it not have this significance in other countries? The answer is in its long history.
In the planisphere of wine, Argentina occupies a curious place: neither old nor new world, each one with its own part to play. But more importantly, it offers things that…