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This wine is dark purple in color with violet tones. It has aromas of black cherries and blueberries with hints of coffee, vanilla, pepper, and smoke. Full-bodied on the palate, the wine has rich flavors ...
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The grapes for this Merlot were sourced from vineyards sites in both the Eastern and Southern regions with elevations ranging from 2,600 to 3,900 feet above sea level. The wine is aged in oak for nine months.
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Torrontes is indigenous to Argentina and has a unique profile that has quickly made it the country’s signature white grape. The high altitude vineyard where the Tilia Torrontes grapes are sourced ...
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The Bonarda grapes in Argentina are not the same as the Bonarda grapes in Italy. They are in fact the same grapes known as Douce Noire in France and Charbono in California. Bonarda has become, along with ...
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The grapes for this Cabernet Sauvignon are sourced from vineyards in the Eastern and Southern regions of Mendoza with elevation ranging from 1,968 to 3,937 feet above sea level.
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This Malbec exemplifies the true varietal character of Malbec from Mendoza. The grapes are sourced from vineyard sites in the Eastern and Southern regions of Mendoza ranging in elevation from 2,600 to 4,300 ...
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The grapes for this Chardonnay were sourced from vineyards sites in both the Eastern and Southern regions with elevations ranging from 1,500 to 3,000 feet above sea level.
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The roots of wines in Argentina come largely from Spain, which brought over viticulture during colonization. France also brought over Malbec grapes, which now make up most of Argentina's most popular wine. Although Malbec is the most famous, Argentina also produces robust Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Torrontes, Pinot Noir and Bonarda.

The high altitude and low humidity of its growing regions means Argentine wine does not face the same insect and disease problems as other winemaking countries. This climate makes it an organic-lover's dream. Because there is less of a need to use pesticides, it is easy to find organic wine from this country. As always, we recommend checking the label to know for sure if your preferred wine is organic.

Formerly holding quantity over quality, Argentinean winemakers have decided to focus more on improving the quality of their wines, and it shows. Argentine wine has grown in popularity, especially in the last few decades. Shop for Argentine wine online to try its varieties and enjoy its aromas.