Don't cry for wines from Argentina
Source: Vancouver Courier
By: Tim Pawsey
Like Chilean Merlots of the 1990s, Argentina’s Malbecs have become a potent symbol of affordability. Many have dubbed them the new Shiraz.
Much like those Chilean Merlots of the '90s (a lot of which were actually Carmenere), Argentina's Malbecs have become a potent symbol of affordability. Their fruitiness, easy tannins and mouth filling approachability have become a surefire hit with consumers, although much like Carmenere, Malbec needs to ripen well, and often quite late to achieve its plush personality.
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