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Nautical a hammock-like bed with a stiff frame

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1. Literary or archaic a small cottage
2. another name for fingerstall

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So, whether you're splashing out or stocking up ahead of Brexit, try these delicious drops of moreish malbec...
Certainly looking at the 2016 vintage fact sheet (I got the 2017) there's 60% Malbec, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Petit Verdo Petit Verdot doesn't shout too loudly, often making up as little as 1/2% in Bordeaux blends, but this thick-skinned grape can add serious tannic structure and spice to a wine.
"Most wine drinkers now know Malbec and enjoy its fruit-forward (similar to red blends), complex (similar to Cabernet) and soft (similar to Pinot Noir) flavors," says Laura Catena, managing director of the well-regarded Catena Zapata winery in Mendoza.
More than just a celebration, Malbec World Day was a global initiative that sought to position Malbec and Argentina's successful wine industry in the world stage.
It is organised by Wines of Argentina, the country which has championed malbec for many years.
| OPI Malbec 2017, Mendoza, Argentina (PS9.99, Laithwaites).
The powerful malbecs of Argentina, paired with their magnificent beef products, could be the origin of this style of wine, as those found in malbec's spiritual home of Cahors in the south-west of France are more restrained and suitable for many different food types.
2015 Finest* Cahors Malbec PS5.20 instead of PS6.50 until Feb 12 at Tesco Malbec from its French homeland usually has more depth and darker fruit elements than Argentinian versions.
Known for its dark fruit flavours, Malbec offers an (often price-conscious) alternative to other grapes.
Powerful, firm and polished blend of malbec, cabernet and petit verdot.
The artisans in this case, Vineyard Manager Alejandro Sejanovich and Winemaker Jeff Mausbach make TeHo Malbec. Both are well-seasoned alumni of the remarkable program at Bodega Catena Zapata.
The 2013 Achaval Ferrer Mendoza Malbec commands a price of $24 to $25 at big-box wine retailers and small wine shops alike and is well worth it.