The famous Argentinian red? It’s Malbec isn’t it?! Of course it is, especially if any one of us lives anywhere near an Argentinian restaurant the wine list will be chock full of them. Maybe somewhere in there there’s going to be the odd Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, or Shiraz skulking about, but the chances of two …
Uruguay. I can’t ever really say it without thinking of Homer Simpson. If you know what I’m talking about you’ll be chuckling too at this point. Hopefully after this weekend all I’ll be thinking about is the wonderful wine from there.
Otherwise to be known as Week 10: Tannat from wherever you can get hold of it! Tannat is not normally a grape that gets to be up there at the front of the stage, but in areas like Madiran and Cahors in South West France, in Argentina, and in Uruguay it gets its chance.