Malbec

The principal grape variety of the Cahors appellation, Malbec is also grown in the Bordeaux region. It is also grown in Argentina to produce wines that hugely popular around the world. This early-ripening grape yields a wine that is extremely fruity and fragrant with deep colour and solid tannins that make it well suited to laying down. In order to express its full potential, this rather capricious grape variety needs to be grown in poor soil and harvested at optimal maturity.

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IGP Pays d'Oc100% Malbec2018
  • Tasting Endowed with ruby colour enhanced with red highlights, Les Jamelles Malbec is a powerful wine, with a spicy nose reminiscent of liquorice and both red and black fruit. It is supple on the palate though well structured, boasting big fruit along with persistent spicy notes and fine tannins that give elegant length.
  • Food & WineServed at 16°C, this wine is ideal with Mediterranean cuisine (ratatouille), couscous, tajine, grilled red meats, spicy dishes, or a simple plate of assorted cold cuts and cheeses, and even with a chocolate dessert! Catherine Delaunay recommends serving this emblematic Argentinian varietal with an Angus or Argentinian beef steak served with pepper sauce.


43,50 € tax incl. / The case of 6 bottles ( 7,25 € the bottle)


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