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Malbec Wine Making Kit

A Malbec wine kit is a great way to make your own Malbec wine at home. 

Malbec is a type of red wine known for its bold flavours and dark colour. It is originally from France but is now grown in many other countries worldwide, including Argentina, Chile, and the United States.

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Many different Malbec wine kits are available, so you can find one that best fits your budget and skill level. Most kits include everything you need to make wine, including grape concentrate, yeast, nutrients, and stabilizers. Some kits also include oak chips, which can add a subtle oak flavour to the wine.

However, if you are new to winemaking, you need winemaking equipment, such as Brew Mart's winemaking starter kit.

Making wine from a kit is a fun and rewarding experience. It is a great way to learn about the winemaking process and to create your unique wine.

Here are some things to consider when choosing a Malbec wine kit:

  • Your budget: Wine kits range in price from around £30 to £50 or more.
  • Your skill level: Some kits are more beginner-friendly than others.
  • The size of the kit: Kits typically make 5 to 30 bottles of wine.
  • The type of grape concentrate: Some kits use grape concentrate from specific regions, such as Argentina or Chile.
  • The inclusion of oak chips: Oak chips can add a subtle flavour to the wine.


Malbec grapes, one of the six allowed grapes in the blend of red Bordeaux wine, tend to have a vibrant dark colour and robust tannins.

French vineyards of Malbec are now mainly found in Cahors, in South-West France. It became less popular to grow in Bordeaux when, in 1956, frost killed up to 75% of the crop. 

Malbec is also susceptible to many grape hazards, mainly frost, as mentioned earlier, but also coulure, downy mildew, and rot. The area of Cahors decided to replant the Malbec vine even though it was also devastated by the cold weather of 1956.

The variety is becoming increasingly popular and grown in warmer climates worldwide. The Malbec grape has thin skin and, as such, needs more heat and sun than both the Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot to mature.

It ripens mid-season and can contribute an intense colour, a considerable amount of tannin, and a unique plum-like flavour to add complexity to claret blends.