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is now so closely associated with Argentina that people don't realize
that it's grown anywhere else! In the high altitudes of Mendoza, Malbec
thrives. Hot sun during the day and cool nights allow the best
properties of Malbec to shine through.
The wines are usually rich
and ripe, with low acidity and low to moderate tannin at the lower
price ranges. As the prices rise, so does the complexity. The balance
starts to become more European, with higher acidity (drier wines) and
more tannin, which makes them more ageworthy.