White Malbec is an Argentine varietal.

Answer: False.

White Malbec is not a grape, but it is a new type of Argentine white wine. It is made from red Malbec grapes, using the direct press method of pressing whole cluster grapes to extract juice, which is drained off the skins immediately. As a result, the wine appears to be white, though the color may vary from white to copper.

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