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The grape varieties of Château Malherbe
The estate of Château Malherbe in Bormes-les-Mimosas in the Var department produces some 70,000 bottles per year. Its planted area covers 36.6 acres (14.8 ha), divided into 18 acres (7.3 ha) of red grapes and 18.6 acres (7.5 ha) of white grapes. The vines of the domain are forty years old on average. The red grape varieties are composed of Mourvèdre (42%), Syrah (16%), Grenache noir (42%), Cabernet-Sauvignon (9%), and Cinsault (6%), while the white grapes consist of Ugni blanc (23%), Rolle (58%), and Sémillon (42%).
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