Malbec

Malbec originates from Cahors where it is also called "Auxerrois" and "Côt Noir". It is thanks to the agronomist Miguel Aymé Pouget that this varietal found its way to Argentina in the 19 century. Since then, it has become a veritable star in Argentina and is widely cultivated. In fact, Argentina is the biggest producer of Malbec in the world with 21,000 hectares (France only has 7,000 hectares of Malbec vines).

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Arbane
Baco
Barbera
Barbarossa
Cabernet franc
Cabernet Sauvignon
Camaralet
Carignan
Cartoixa
Carménère
Chardonnay
Chenin Blanc
Clairette
Colombard
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Counoise
Corvina
Dolcetto
Folle Blanche
Furmint
Gibert
Gros Manseng
Grenache
Jacquère
Jurançon noir
Lauzet
Maccabeu
Malbec
Malvoisie
Marsanne
Merlot
Melon de bourgogne
Mourvèdre
Mondeuse
Mondeuse Blanche
Muscadelle
Muscardin
Muscat
Muscat blanc à petits grains
Nebbiolo
Nerello capuccio
Nerello mascalese
Noual
Nebbiolo
Pedro ximenez
Pelaverga piccolo
Petit manseng
Petit mel slier
Petit verdot
Persan
Pinot blanc
Pinot meunier
Pinot noir
Pinot gris
Poulsard
Riesling
Ribolla gialla
Rondinella
Négrette
Roussanne
Sauvignon Blanc
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Sémillon
Sangiovese
Savagnin
Sylvaner
Syrah
Tempranillo
Terret noir
Trousseau
Trebbiano
Ugni
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Viognier
Vaccarèse
Valdiguié
Zinfandel