Wines of Argentina

In this special section, Wines Of Argentina shares select wine contents to make Argentine wine known around the world. Welcome!

Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay: world-class varietals with an Argentine touch

December 27, 2013 - by WineSur

Considered the kings and queens of reds and whites respectively, these varieties stand out for their color, elegance, and characteristic flavor. In the different terroirs of Argentina, they have found the ideal conditions to develop and have received both national and international praise.

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Argentine gastronomy and wineries: a pair attracting increasingly tourists

December 3, 2013 - by Claudia Ortiz

Tourists in search of sensorial experiences around wine are increasingly attracted by the new offerings of Argentine wineries. And that is because they not only want to visit places of origin and vineyards, or meet the winemakers who create the wine, but also they want to taste the Argentine cuisine for which it has been worldwide recognized.

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Bonarda: unique varietal wine of Argentina with great potentiality

October 15, 2013 - by WineSur

This grape is gaining ground on the consumers’ tables all over the world. It stands out for being easy to drink, with a great color, soft tannins, and mainly low alcohol content, a distinctive feature in the face of the new trends.

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In the Northern region of Argentina, the world’s highest vineyards

September 24, 2013 - by WineSur

With vines growing between 1,000 and 3,000 meters above sea level, Salta, Catamarca, and Tucumán make up the famous Calchaquí Valleys. A great varietal character and incredible concentration are the features that make their wines be distinguished worldwide.

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Argentina bets heavily on the Asian market

August 20, 2013 - by WineSur

China, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Sinapore represent 5.61% of Argentine wine exports. Whereas, the two main markets account for 4% of the total bottled wine exported by the country. This way, the wine consumption is concentrated in some destinations, and it is anticipated that there will be an exponential growth for Argentina.

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Mendoza, world wine capital

August 1, 2013 - by WineSur

The province accounts for over 60% of Argentina’s wine production. Among the most important characteristics, it boasts a great diversity of soils, climate, and altitude, thus giving young and fruity wines, as well as products with great aging potential, fruit and aroma concentration

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The 2013 harvest will give excellent wines in every part of Argentina

July 8, 2013 - by WineSur

Winemakers from each region of the country spotlighted that this crop will be characterized not only by a good yield of grapes, but also by the health, quality and expressiveness of each varietal wine.

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Patagonia, the southernmost region in Argentina

May 28, 2013 - by WineSur

This region comprises the provinces of Río Negro, Neuquén and La Pampa. It is considered one of the most favorable places in the country for making wines, and where top Argentine wineries have developed luxury projects

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