@drunkcat agreed! My working hypothesis is that there is basically no such thing as a bad Malbec. (This hypothesis used to extend to Syrah/Shiraz, but I finally got a stinker after many years of “research”.)
Given that the vast majority of wines here will likely be US wines and the vast majority of that will be California wines from small wineries, are there any dynamite Malbecs that @WineDavid39 should investigate?
@corrado I’ve had some good Columbia Valley Malbec, in particular from Cana’s Feast (who are technically a Willamette Valley winery, but source a lot of their grapes from Columbia Valley) and Novelty Hill-Januik (who are in Woodinville, but likewise.)