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Malbec is widely known in France as “Cot” except in Bordeaux because it was introduced there by a man named, Michel Malbek. It is the principal grape variety of the appellation of Cahors and ...
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Fortant Hills Reserve Malbec has earthy blueberry and dark plum notes, herbaceous, with a hint of smoky spice.
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Its name comes from the land called The Dovecote. It covers 2.7 hectares on the third terrace of the Lot in the clay-limestone and operated voluntarily with low yields under 20 hl / ha. This wine is fermented ...
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With its ruby color with red reflections Malbec is an elegant wine with a spicy and lakritzigen nose and notes of red and black fruits. On the palate the wine is supple and well structured, with flavors ...
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This fine wine is a French Still Wine 2015 vintage produced by Les Jamelles that is 750ml.
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Despite less than ideal climatic conditions, featuring storms which threatened an otherwise perfect year, most parts of California had an excellent year for viticulture. Chardonnays and Sauvignon Blancs ...
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Enjoy this wine from South West France Cahors produced by Jean-Luc Baldes and is a French Still Wine 2012 vintage that is 750ml.
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Nicolas Malbec is a magnificent deep red color wine with just a hint of violet. The nose is intense and deliciously fruity.
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The many climates throughout France mean there are a wide variety of grapes grown in hundreds of growing regions. The country produces everything from red, white and rosé to sparkling, still and fortified. The grapes have been purposefully grown to pair well with food, a goal after our own hearts. French wine is often imitated but rarely exacted by other new world winemakers. It is the source of many grape varieties, practices and styles that have been used around the world.

France is big on linking its wine to the region of origin, as noted by its AOC label of origin. The emphasis on the growing region is reflected on the label where you are more likely to see this information than seeing the name of the grape. We make it easy for you to find a variety you will love without all of the advanced knowledge.

When you buy French wine, keep in mind quality and prices can be incredibly varied. Our selection includes options from every point in the spectrum from inexpensive cases to bottles of very high-end French wine. Browse our selection to find French wine for sale within a price range that works for you.