While Chile leads in terms of volume of its exports, Argentina achieves a higher average price in the markets. See below an analysis made by María Ignacia Espinosa for Vinetur.
Argentina is one of the world’s ecological reserves. Within this diversity of natural ecosystems, the country boasts a series of regions, all over the Andean territory, that are perfect for the grape development.
April 17 is World Malbec Day, a global celebration of the grape that grows in Argentina, France and elsewhere. We share how Argentina made Malbec their own, how popular Argentinian Malbec is, and how you can celebrate World Malbec Day, Argentina style. This is the story of Malbec.
New regions are emerging in the country thanks to the developments of experts’ research and know-how. Oceanic, Patagonia, Cuyo and highland wines coexist in search of the differentiation.
According to the analysis conducted by Kantar Worldpanel, wine sales remain stable in spite of the drop in mass consumption. The study shows that around 8 million households bought wine between January and September, spending AR$ 45 in average in each purchase. The conclusions of the report are mentioned below.
Guided tours, cuisine classes, photography courses, horseback riding, and tastings aren´t but some of the options offered by the most exclusive wineries. Their prices are around AR$ 900.