Welcome back to #WineFit Wednesday! We spent the last two weeks looking at some lovely Rieslings from the Finger Lakes. Today, we’re focusing on a Malbec from Argentina.
Agua de Piedra Seleccion Malbec
This Malbec from Argentina runs about $9 per bottle.
If you’re wondering what to pair with Agua de Piedra Seleccion Malbec, try one of these dishes or use your Wine4.Me app to find more wine and food pairings.
Argentina is famous for its Malbec wines. The Malbec grape originated in the south of France and was brought to Argentina in the 14th century. Since then, it has flourished in Argentina, particularly in the Mendoza region where over 65,000 acres are dedicated to this variety. Malbec is particularly enjoyable with roasted beef, stews, pasta with tomato sauce, and hard cheeses.