Malbec is the name of a black grape variety. Although Malbec originated in France, it found a new home in Argentina, where it has been cultivated with great success. Malbec is known by several other names, including Côt, Auxerrois, and Pressac, depending on where it is grown.
and Malbec wines tend to have a deep purple colour. These wines are typically dry and medium-bodied, with moderate levels of tannins and acidity. Their fruity flavours can range from red to black fruits.