Malbec sentence example

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  • True, Malbec is grown in Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley, but it's usually blended a la Bordelaise as part of a Meritage concoction.
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  • Most commonly, winemakers blend Merlot with other Bordeaux grapes such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Malbec, and Carménère.
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  • The principal vines grown in the Medoc are the Cabernet-Sauvignon, which is the most important, the Gros Cabernet, the Merlot, the Carmenere, the Malbec, and the Verdot.
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  • There are minor plantings of Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Grenache, and Syrah, as well, to add depth and balance to many of their varietals.
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  • The blend is comprised of a bewildering assortment of grapes: Syrah, Petite Syrah, Zinfandel, Carignane, Barbera and Malbec.
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  • On the South America side Sauvignon Blanc and Malbec aren't too slouchy either.
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  • Insignia is a blended wine that in 2002 had 78 percent Cabernet, 14 percent Merlot, 7 percent Petit Verdot and 1 percent Malbec.
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  • I saw this Andeluna Malbec and liked its graphic image and meaning: the moon over the Andes.
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  • I've had better Malbecs at this price, but this Andeluna Malbec didn't offend the burger's sensibilities.
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  • But, Malbec is synonymous with Argentina wine and the Alamos Malbec has been consistently good year after year.
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  • Meeker's Four Kings Red Table Wine leaves out a traditional Fifth King, Malbec.
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  • With a modicum of expectation I uncorked this 2002 Chateau St. Jean Malbec and was given a lift.
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  • You can also pair many of the same foods with Malbec as you can Merlot.
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  • The main Bordeaux grapes are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Carménère and Petit Verdot.
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  • Although Malbec is missing, the remaining royalty of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, and Petit Verdot are all present and accounted for in this Bordeaux-style red wine.
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  • Malbec is one of the most widely grown grapes in Argentina, but many grow this grape in many other areas, including certain portions of the United States.
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  • Although its tannic structure is generally stronger than Merlot, Malbec wine shares many of the characteristics of Merlot (such as the fruity, plum flavor).
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  • Bordeaux style wines can be made anywhere in the world, and contain single grapes or blends of red wine grapes such as: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petite Verdot, Malbec and Carmenere.
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  • When I think of Malbec, I usually think of something from Mendoza, Argentina, perhaps some luscious bottle of dark red from Bodegas Catena.
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  • Perhaps the most well-known of all of France's wine regions, Bordeaux produces Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot blends with other grapes added including Petite Verdot, Cabernet Franc, Carmenère, and Malbec.
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