A toast to Malbec, Argentina's great grape

Originally from France, the grape variety has flourished in Argentina’s Mendoza region.

Embassy Photo: Sam Garcia
A Mendoza Malbec offers a fruit-forward wine, balanced and velvety in flavour.
Asha Hingorani
Published: Wednesday, 04/15/2015 12:00 am EDT

While the Malbec grape variety comes from Cahors, part of the South West France wine region, it has flourished in Argentina’s Mendoza region. And on April 17 wine drinkers around the world will raise a glass to the fifth Malbec World Day.

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