Mar 18, 2014
There are a lot of wine grapes in the world. Probably more than 10,000 different varieties. Malbec is the chief grape of the wine produced south of Bordeaux in the region of Cahors. In times past, this wine was inky dark, a testament to Malbec's traditional role as a blending grape used to add color. As time has passed, the wines of Cahor have become much lighter and more subtle, without losing any of their charm. Malbec has another place in the world, one so important, that the few of you that have heard of Malbec tend to associate it with this region. The region is in the New World where rules are regularly broken, and tradition rarely gets in the way of innovation. This place is Argentina. Join Decanteed to taste and savor the nose and palate of a careful selection Malbec wine at this wine tasting event celebrating this grape varietal. Light appetizers will be served.
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