7 Bold Mendoza Malbecs Up to 90 Points

New reviews of rich reds from one of Argentina's top regions, all priced at $22 or less

7 Bold Mendoza Malbecs Up to 90 Points
Finca Decero's vines grow near the Andes in Mendoza's Agrelo subregion. (Pablo Betancourt)
Mar 11, 2021

Malbec is undoubtedly Argentina's premier red grape, producing plush and juicy wines throughout the country. It originates in southwest France's Cahors region, but Malbec has found a second home in Argentina since the 19th century. Argentine Malbec's distinctive flavors and textures are on display in this week's selection of red wines priced at $22 or less.

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