Wines from Argentine

5 wines found

In Argentina, wine history was written following the great discoveries of European explorers and the creation of a new civilization with Spanish influence. Wine has therefore retained an essential place in the church and at the table. At the request of the Argentine government, the French agronomist Michel Pougeot introduces a variety of French variety: Malbec! This powerful grape variety finds a land of predilection there, it very quickly becomes an emblem that the Argentines appropriate. The wine market in Argentina is experiencing great development, production is no longer focused on quantity but on quality.

There are 6 wine regions:Salta, Catamarca, La Rioja, San Juan, Mendoza and Patagonia. Mendoza now accountsfor three-quarters of national production, but it is also a world wine tourism capital with more than 1 million wine tourists each year.

Here are 5 Argentinian appellations that we recommend: Lujan de Cuyo, San Rafael, Santa Rosa, Cafayate, Valles Calchaquíes.

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