Argentinian Wine

Argentinian Wine

Argentinian Wine

Argentine Wine Regions
Since 1557, ater the Spanish colonisation of Southern America, Argentine Wine was mainly ​​drunk by the locals, but in more recent years, the wineries have concentrated more on quality, rather than quantity, and this has seen Argentina grow incredibly since the 1990's, to now being the Fifth largest producer of wine in the World.

Argentine wine has the enviable position between the mountains and the sea in near perfect growing conditions for grapes.

The low humidity and high altitude of many of the better estates prevent the grapes from being affected by grape diseases, fungus, insects or other problems faced by their European counterparts.

Due to its varied, yet stable climate, many grape varietals are able to be grown here such as Malbec, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and of course the Rioja grape Tempranillo, but some interesting Italian varietals are appearing such as Nebbiolo (Barolo), Sangiovese (Chianti), Barbera (Barbera d'Asti) and Dolcetto (Dolcetto d'Alba)

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Alamos Bonarda

£9.72 Ex Tax: £8.10

Alamos Cabernet Sauvignon

£9.66 Ex Tax: £8.05

Alamos Chardonnay

£9.84 Ex Tax: £8.20

Alamos Malbec

£9.72 Ex Tax: £8.10

Alamos Seleccion Pinot Noir

£11.76 Ex Tax: £9.80

Alamos Torrontes

£9.84 Ex Tax: £8.20

Argento Bonarda

£9.54 Ex Tax: £7.95

Argento Cabernet Sauvignon

£9.54 Ex Tax: £7.95

Argento Chardonnay

£8.94 Ex Tax: £7.45

Argento Chardonnay Viognier

£8.94 Ex Tax: £7.45

Argento Malbec

£8.94 Ex Tax: £7.45

Argento Malbec Rose

£9.30 Ex Tax: £7.75

Argento Pinot Grigio

£8.76 Ex Tax: £7.30

Argento Seleccion Chardonnay

£9.84 Ex Tax: £8.20

Argento Seleccion Malbec

£9.72 Ex Tax: £8.10

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