A rarity. Wendouree wines are difficult to get even in their home, Australia, but in Europe it’s basically impossible. I found a few available bottles in a UK online shop many years ago and I’m glad I ordered some, possibly I will never be able to get more. This was my last bottle.
If you are not familiar with the Loire Valley, then it might come as a surprise that Malbec is grown there, and quite a few producers offer it in their assortment. Continue reading
Malbec is a new thing in Hungary and there isn’t much of it planted, but to judge from this example, it has a bright future. This comes from the sunny southern part of the country, Szekszárd, which is famous for its opulent, big and ripe reds, and while I struggle to like the Cabernets and Merlots made there, I simply loved this Malbec.