ARGENTINA: THE IDEAL ENVIRONMENT FOR MALBEC TO DEVELOP FROM NORTH TO SOUTH
A number of highly productive grapegrowing regions span the country from north to south. The wine map stretches from 22 to 42 degrees latitude south and covers a cultivated surface of more than 538,000 acres.
Thanks to the outstanding natural features of its wine regions, Argentina produces first-class wines that are making their way all around the world and causing quite a stir.
Malbec is Argentina’s star variety and has unmistakable traits. It is juicy and fruity, with a medium to full body. Sweet tannins tame its power and a velvety texture seduces the mouth. Meats, fish and pasta are some comfortable dining partners of this wine.
Now you can find opulent, vigorous Malbecs all over Argentina, each with their distinct personality and charm.