Spanish Malbec, a red wine grape originally from France, has found a niche in several Spanish wine regions, such as La Mancha and Castilla y León. The warm Spanish climate allows Malbec grapes to ripen fully, creating robust and tannic wines. These wines often showcase ripe dark fruit flavours, such as blackberry and plum, alongside spicy and earthy notes. While it’s more widely celebrated for its Argentine expressions, Spanish Malbec offers its own unique take on the variety. For those who enjoy full-bodied, fruit-forward red wines with a bit of spice, Spanish Malbec may be an intriguing discovery.