At only $8, it's hard to go wrong with this one, the El Ganador Malbec from Mendoza. 100% Malbec from Mendoza, Argentina. 10% is … [Read more...]
The Best Malbec Under $20 - The 2020 Reverse Wine Snob Picks!
The Malbec grape offers a fascinating look into the rise and fall and rise again of a grape variety!
Originally one of the primary Bordeaux varietals (and still a mainstay in the Cahors region of France), the grape lost favor in France in the 1950's and 60's due to its sensitive nature to things like frost and mildew. Before that happened; however, Malbec was introduced into Argentina by a French agriculturist in 1868. It maintained a relatively nondescript existence there until the 1990's when it exploded in popularity with Argentina now accounting for 75% of the entire world's acreage of this variety.
Ranging in style from relatively simple, cheap wines meant to be drunk young to those with significant staying power (and time in oak), there's plenty to explore in this extremely popular variety. We cover them all in our list of the best Malbec.
Ready to explore all that Malbec has to offer? Particularly good with steak and most things off the grill, we love this variety. Come explore the best Malbec under $20 with us!
Read on for our list of The Best Malbec Under $20!
A delightfully rich and fruity red blend from Mendoza, the Trivento Amado Sur Malbec Blend. 70% Malbec, 20% Bonarda and 10% Syrah … [Read more...]
Six dollars well spent, the solid Bodega Norton Coleccion Malbec. 100% Malbec from Argentina. The wine has 8.2 g/L of residual sugar. … [Read more...]
Another juicy, smooth and delicious single-vineyard wine from La Posta, the Fazzio Malbec. 100% Malbec from 12 year old vines at … [Read more...]
Your new rich, spicy and smooth house red, the Trivento Malbec Reserve. 100% Malbec from Lujan de Cuyo (50%) and Uco Valley (50%), … [Read more...]
The super savory La Posta Paulucci Malbec. 100% Malbec from 43 year old vines at 3,050 feet of elevation in Ugarteche, Lujan de Cuyo, … [Read more...]