|REGULATED DESIGNATION||Indication Géographique Protégée (IGP)|
|DEGREE OF ALCOHOL||13%|
|TYPE OF BOTTLE CLOSURE||Cork|
PHENOLIA: Fiery and full character, malbec (70%) is powerful and fruity grape variety.
Marselan (30%) is grape variety obtained by crossbreeding Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache.
Marselan is make colorful, characteristic wines of high quality and with avery interesting structure that featuressoft tannins,
enabling them to age for some time.
Districts Of Malbec Grape: Malbec has its origins in the French Bordeaux region.
It is grown as côt in the Loire Valley and auxerrois in Cahors.
Malbec has also been recognized as médoc noir or pressac again in France.
Malbec is widely grown in Argentina, where it is the most popular red grape variety.
It is also available in Chile, in Australia, and in the cooler regions of California. Typical taste in varietal wine: Malbec’s characteristics vary greatly depending on where it is grown and how it is transformed.Generally it produces an easy-drinking style, well colored wine that tastes of plums, berries, and spice.Origin of Marselan Grape: Marselan is a recent grape variety obtained by crossbreeding Cabernet-Sauvignon and Grenache. The French National Agronomic Research Institute (INRA) obtained and patented it in 1961. This grape variety was created via genetic engineering that originally aimed to discover the more advantageous characteristics of Grenache and Cabernet-Sauvignon.