Argentine Wine

Argentina is one of the top five wine-producing countries in the world. For a long time, most of the wine was made for local consumption. But in the past quarter-century, an increasing number of vintners began making very serious releases with the most widely planted red grape, Malbec. These made a big splash on the international scene, winning awards, garnering high ratings and amassing enthusiastic disciples. Torrontes is the star indigenous white grape, now on many restaurant menus for its refreshing, aromatic qualities and affordability. An increasing number of international grapes are grown, most notably Cabernet Sauvignon, Bonarda, Merlot, Syrah, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. All styles of wine are made from dry whites and reds, rosés, sparkling, late harvest sweet wines and fortified wines.

Argentina boasts an impressive number of wine-makers under the age of thirty-five, and a growing number of women innovating the field. This is a country that has learned that investing quality and Read more »

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Varietals Produced in Argentina View all

  • Malbec

    History of the grape: Some believe Malbec is named after a Hungarian peasant who spread plantings along the French co...

  • Torrontes

    Torrontes is really three closely related grape varieties -- Torrontés Riojano, the most common, Torrontés Sanjuanino...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

Subregions of Argentina

  • La Rioja

    La Rioja, not to be confused with the Spanish wine region, is a wine region within the Cuyo in ...

  • Mendoza

    Mendoza is by far the largest and most prolific wine region in all of Argentina. It’s part of t...

  • Patagonia

    Patagonia is a region in the southernmost, lowest and coolest part of Argentina. It is literall...

Popular Wineries in Argentina View all

  • Gouguenheim Winery

    Seventy kilometers away from the city of Mendoza, at the Andes foothills, lays one of the best ke...

  • San Huberto

    Devoted to maintain its leadership in the category of the great wines and thus keep an internatio...

  • Loca Linda

    "Loca Linda" translates loosely to 'Crazy Beautiful.' We first heard the phrase while hanging wit...

  • Bodega La Azul

    La Azul is just a little winery that merges into the sky. Is our own home, warm and simple, where...

  • Familia Cassone

    Surrounded by the Andes range landscape with the majestic Aconcagua Mountain on the background, F...

  • Bodegas Santa Ana

    The place where you grow up and live great moments of your life is very important... because of t...

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Argentina on Snooth

  • Colome Torrontes 2014

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    Binny's 3/2016. Read More

    Wine review by raindance


  • Hermanos Malbec-Tannat 2013

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    Binny's 3/2016. Mary really liked this combination while she was drinking it. consumed over a several day period, but she complained of morning headaches the days after she consumed as little as one glass. Maybe a coincidence, but I will not go here again, until my memory completely fails me. Read More

    Wine review by raindance


  • D - it's the VV. I haven't had either for years. Just from memory, they ... we imported some Tannat from Argentina at one point. The idea was that since Malbec became something so different in the Andes, why not Tannat? Alas - even that intense sun was unable to change the essential unsatisfactory nature of the grape.Everyone wanted to try it, ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic scutulatus


  • Trivento Cabernet Sauvignon Malbec Reserve 2014

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    Spicy and ripe in the nose with pleasant earthy aromas of raspberry and dusty cherry. This is smoky and earthy in the mouth with more ripe berry flavors amidst notes of tar and forest underbrush. The finish is long with more earthy notes and hints of licorice and some lingering tannins. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial


  • Terrazas de Los Andes Malbec Reserva 2011

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    No written review

    Wine review by MPetrequin


  • DV - A really good cab from Argentina?  Most of the ones I've tasted from Mendoza were ok, but nothing compared to a decent California cab.  It looks like your 2004 vintage retails for around $50 with a rating in the low 90's, so it should be good.  Do you recommend it as worth the $50? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekend Wines


  • Trapiche Malbec 2014

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    Cassis and black cherry on the nose.Somewhat boozy. Initial tastes are soft peppery notes with blackberry fruit. Somewhat lightweight mouthfeel and a dry finish. Might go well with red meat, easy drinking but nothing special. Read More

    Wine review by HarperInTheVines


  • It was actually the first cab sav from Argentina that I can recall having.  I've probably had some cheapos in the past when I didn't care.  I don't think you would be able to buy this vintage now.  The current vintage is between $40-50.  The Catena "Angelica Zapata" malbec (2005) was the best malbec and one of the nicest wines I've had.  I have ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekend Wines


  • Alamos Malbec Mendoza 2014

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    No written review

    Wine review by hoffert


  • Alberti 154 Malbec 2013

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    Had this as part of a Flight yesterday during Lunch. Opens smoky with bits of sour cherries, plum, and chocolate. Well balanced Tannins and Acidity with a very soft and round mouthfeel. Long finish and the more it sat in the glass, the more it developed with herbs and oak. Very well priced at $8 per glass. Read More

    Wine review by puhnner


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