Food pairings: all types of meat-based meals, foie gras. Argentine Malbec suits Mexican, Cajun, and Indian dishes, if you insist on having wine with such meals.
Districts: malbec has its origins in the French Bordeaux region. It is grown as côt in the Loire Valley and auxerrois in Cahors. Malbec has also been recognized as médoc noir or pressac again in France. Malbec is widely grown in Argentina, where it is the most popular red grape variety. It is also available in Chile, in Australia, and in the cooler regions of California.
Via: French Scout
- 2011 Acordeón Malbec (winecommonsewer.com)
- Review: *** $ Altitude 1050 Malbec, Valle de Uco, Mendoza, Argentina, 2006 (spiritofwine.blogspot.com)