Argentinian Malbec
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Just Malbec Please 2018
Just Malbec Please is more than a wine - it's a concept designed for those consumers who are beginning to get to know / who are beginning to discover this variety. This wine was created with its consumers and their first interpretation of the Malbec experience in mind.Grape variety:MalbecTasting notes:Besides its great volume and silky texture on the palate, the most important thing, its full expressiveness, comes from the care and attention given to it during the winemaking process.This wine is characterised by its freshness, the typicity of its varietal character and its easy drinkability, which make it perfect for a meeting with friends, but also for simple, refreshing occasions. A versatile wine that goes wonderfully with fresh cheese, pizza, empanadas or even "asados".Serving temperature:15 -17° C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€11.76* / 1 Liter)

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Nonni Malbec 2017
This wine has been awarded 91 Points James Suckling and 90 Points Wine Spectator.Grape variety: 100% MalbecTasting notes:This Malbec is a young wine, without edges or sophistications, so it is an excellent example for those who are approaching this grape variety for the first time.On the nose it has spicy notes and fresh red fruits such as blackberries and cherries. On the palate it has soft, sweet tannins that linger with a delicate freshness. Barrique maturation 30% of the wine was aged for 6 months in used French oak barriques.Serving temperature: 16° - 18°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€12.60* / 1 Liter)

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A16 Punto AR Malbec 2019
Grape variety:MalbecTasting notes:It is a spicy wine, with notes of nuts and vanilla. On the palate it is light, with a long finish. It is a balanced wine, young and honest, without oak ageing. Serving temperature:16°- 18°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€12.67* / 1 Liter)

€9.50*
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La Espera Malbec - Syrah 2018
Grape variety:65% Malbec / 35% SyrahVinification:Fermentation takes place in small cement tanks at controlled temperatures with selected yeasts. 40% of the wine is aged for 6 months in contact with American and French oak. 60% has no contact with oak. All the wine undergoes malolactic fermentation spontaneously. After the blend of both wines is made, it is lightly filtered and bottled for 6 months of ageing before release. Tasting notes:It exhibits an intense purple colour. On the nose it presents aromas of raspberry, plum, black pepper and subtle notes of vanilla. On the palate, it has a sweet and pleasant entry, with good structure and an acidity that brings life to the cut. The finish is marked by the varietal freshness of Syrah.Serving temperature:15-17 ° C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€12.80* / 1 Liter)

€9.60*
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La Espera Malbec 2018
Grape variety:MalbecVinification:Fermentation takes place in small cement tanks at controlled temperatures with selected yeasts. 40% of the wine is aged for 6 months in contact with American and French oak. 60% has no contact with oak. All the wine undergoes malolactic fermentation spontaneously. After the blend of both wines is made, it is lightly filtered and bottled for 6 months of ageing before release. Tasting notes:On sight, it reveals a red colour with purple hues. On the nose it presents an intense expression of red fruits such as raspberry and blackberry with subtle notes of coconut. On the palate, it has a sweet and pleasant entry due to its ripe tannins and good balance. Its good acidity brings freshness to a long lasting finish.Serving temperature:15-17 ° C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€13.07* / 1 Liter)

€9.80*
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Luigi Bosca La Linda Malbec 2020
Grape variety:MalbecTasting notes:La Linda - Malbec is a bright crimson, with very expressive aromas reminiscent of red fruits and spices. The palate is open and fluid, with beginning tannins. It is a wine with an intense and pleasant drink, juicy and with good volume, with a remarkable varietal typicity and a very pleasant finish, with all that a young Malbec can offer.Serving temperature:15- 18°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€13.07* / 1 Liter)

€9.80*
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Malma Esencia Malbec 2016
Grape variety100 % MalbecVineyardsSan Patricio del Chañar 300 m above sea level. NN, Neuquén, Patagonia, ArgentinaSoilPermeable sandstone floorsVinificationManual harvestSelection of berriesMaceration and fermentation at 26 - 28 °CAlcoholic fermentation with selected yeasts 10 - 12 days8 months maturation in stainless steel tanksTasting notesOf an intense purple colour. With scent of red fruits like cherries and plums. Soft tannins with a soft vanilla note. An elegant and harmonious wine, fresh, young, fruity and representative of those grown in Patagonia. Symbol grape variety of Argentina.PairingWith pasta, grilled meat, pizza, roast dishes, mature cheeseServing temperature16 °C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€14.00* / 1 Liter)

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A16 Civit 757 Malbec 2018
The "Civit" line owes its name to the main street of the city of Mendoza, where the traditional families of the Argentine wine industry lived.Grape variety:MalbecTasting notes:Malbec from Perdriel has the aromatic intensity prevalent in black cherries and blackberries. These are perfectly expressed by the sweet and soft tannins. Complex, very fruity, sweet, elegant and with a long finish. Thus, a clear exponent of the best Malbec from Argentina.Serving temperature:15° - 17°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€14.53* / 1 Liter)

€10.90*
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Tapiz Joven Malbec 2016
Grape variety:MalbecTasting notes:This wine is not aged in oak, so you can appreciate in it all the fruit potential of Malbec. It presents delicate fruity aromas of strawberries and cherries, with delicate floral notes of violets, typical of this grape variety. In the mouth its tannins are round and balanced, with a medium persistence.Serving temperature:15 - 17°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€14.67* / 1 Liter)

€11.00*
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Chakana Malbec 2017
Grape variety:MalbecTasting notes:This Malbec, Argentina's flagship grape variety, comes from vineyards located almost 1000 metres above sea level.It has an intense purple colour with delicate violet hues.On the nose, it is a wine with subtle aromas of dried plums, red fruits, accompanied by light spicy notes.On the palate it is an honest, easy to drink wine with a velvety finish. Dry. Serving temperature:16 - 18°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€14.67* / 1 Liter)

€11.00*
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Chañarmuyo Estate Malbec 2018
Grape varieties100% MalbecVineyards1,720 m above sea level, Province of La RiojaSoilalluvial soil, sand, clayTasting notesChañarmuyo Valley, desert at more than 1700 metres above sea level, cradle of the new Argentine high altitude wine. This Malbec from the San Gabriel estate is a faithful expression of the terroir. Intense and with a clear varietal typicity. Great concentration. Notes of red fruits, chocolate and mint.Serving temperature16 - 18° C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€14.67* / 1 Liter)

€11.00*
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Estancia Mendoza Malbec 2019
Grape variety:MalbecTasting notes:This young, fruity Malbec wine is made without barrel aging, which allows it to preserve the typical aromas and flavors of Argentina's flagship grape variety. The nose presents aromas of red fruits and delicate floral notes such as violets. The palate is full-bodied, with balanced acidity and faintly sweet tannins, as is generally the case with Malbec.Serving temperature: 15° - 17° 

Content: 0.75 Liter (€15.33* / 1 Liter)

€11.50*
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Luigi Bosca La Linda Old Vines Malbec 2018
Grape variety:MalbecTasting notes:La Linda - Old Vines is a deep red with violet reflections. It has intense aromas reminiscent of berries and fresh spices typical of this variety. On the palate it is open and expressive, with hints of ripe fruit and soft smokiness from its time in oak barrels. It is a juicy wine, with fine tannins and a balanced finish that speaks of the old vines.Serving temperature:15- 18°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€15.60* / 1 Liter)

€11.70*
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A16 Punto AR Malbec Nuit 2018
Grape variety:Malbec(Harvested by hand in the evening / night in 20 kg boxes).Tasting notes:Attractive deep red colour with bright purple highlights. Notes of ripe strawberries and cherries, with hints of vanilla, coffee and clove from barrel ageing. On the palate, there is a perfect balance between acidity and ripe tannins, giving a supple feel.Half of the wine rests in oak barrels for 9 months.Serving temperature:15° - 16°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€15.87* / 1 Liter)

€11.90*
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Angulo Innocenti Malbec 2016
Grape variety:100% MalbecTasting notes:This wine is made from Malbec, the most widely planted grape variety in Argentina. This grape has developed great wines in the terroir of La Consulta, and this wine is no exception. It is a full-bodied wine, with intense fruity aromas, accompanied by delicate notes of violets, so typical of this grape variety. In the mouth it is a balanced wine, with mineral notes, and a medium finish, which always invites the next glass. Barrique ageing: 50% of the wine was aged for 8 months in used oak barrels, mainly French ones.Serving temperature: 16° - 18°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€16.44* / 1 Liter)

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Miras Joven Malbec 2016
Grape variety: 100% MalbecTasting notes:If there is one thing that characterizes Malbec, it is its versatility to adapt to all types of terroirs. This young, unoaked Malbec has an interesting bouquet of red fruits, accompanied by delicate notes of violets and black pepper.On the palate it is a wine with refreshing acidity and a long, subtle finish.Serving temperature:16° - 18°

Content: 0.75 Liter (€17.07* / 1 Liter)

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Finca Las Nubes El Malbec 2020
Grape variety:100% MalbecTasting notes:Malbec is Argentina's flagship red grape variety and is characterized by wines that vary greatly depending on the terroir in which they are grown. A Malbec from Salta like this one, from one of the highest altitude wine regions in the country, offers aromas of red fruits, pepper, plum and spices on the nose. On the palate it is a structured wine, with good volume, very soft and ripe tannins, and a long and harmonious finish. Dry.Serving temperature:15 - 17° C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€17.33* / 1 Liter)

€13.00*
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Cicchitti Primmo Malbec 2021
Grape varieties100% MalbecMalbec is the Argentine symbolic varietyVineyardsLuján de Cuyo, Mendoza 900m above sea levelSoilalluvial soil, sand, gravel and stonesVinificationVine planting in 2010Manual harvest: middle, end of March - beginning of April Controlled maceration and fermentationAging in barrique barrelsAfter bottling, storage at controlled temperature for 6 months in the wineryShelf life for 10 - 12 years from vintageTasting notesRuby red colour with violet reflections. After a touch of flowers, freshly ripened red berries, vanilla and dark chocolate. In the mouth with soft and persistent tannins. Long soft finish. Dry.Pairing and RecommendationAn ideal companion for barbecues.Open about 45 minutes before serving to allow the wine to unfold beautifully.Serving temperature16 - 18° C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€17.33* / 1 Liter)

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Gimenez Riili Buenos Hermanos Malbec 2017
Grape variety:MalbecTasting notes:Intensity and juicy concentration characterize this Malbec: aromas of fresh and ripe plums, black cherries, mulberries, violets and pink pepper that are repeated on the palate. Earthy nuances and hints of dark chocolate. Aged for 8 months in used French barriques.Serving temperature:16° - 18° 

Content: 0.75 Liter (€17.80* / 1 Liter)

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Zagal Malbec 2020
Grape variety:100% MalbecTasting notes:Charming aromas of fresh and ripe red fruits, plum jam and violets; in the background roasted and coffee notes. Strong body, with smooth and sweet tannins. Ripe and round on the palate, long lasting. Serving temperature 15° - 18° 

Content: 0.75 Liter (€17.87* / 1 Liter)

€13.40*
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Chakana Nuna Malbec 2020
Grape varieties100% MalbecContains sulphites below 50 mg/l Vineyards:From the Finca Nuna, Agrelo, Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza.This winery prepares compost and preparations for all types of cultivation and there are about 10 hectares of alfalfa and grass for compost production.The vines of this wine are cultivated high in the foothills of the Andes. Drip irrigation. With more than 15 hours of sunshine a day and a temperature difference of 20 °/ 25 ° C between day and night. These are the natural characteristics that give this wine its excellent quality.Soil: The soils are muddy to sandy loam with calcareous gravel at various depths between 70 cm and 2 metres.Vinification:Handpicked in the middle of March - AprilOnly local yeasts are used for fermentation.Produced without the addition of sulphur dioxide.Aged for 10 months in used wooden barrels.Production of 100.000 bottlesTasting notes:This Malbec confirms the style of Chakana towards wines with less wood. Aged for 10 months in used wooden barrels, elegant and refined. It is floral and subtle, supported by its acidity and complemented by vanilla notes. Aromas of fresh berries and round long finish.Pairing:With red meat dishes, excellent with grilled meat (fish, poultry, cheese)Serving temperature:16 - 18°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€18.00* / 1 Liter)

€13.50*
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Tercos Malbec 2016
Malbec - the symbol red wine of Argentina.Grape varieties100% MalbecVineyardsMaipu, Mendoza above 1,050 m above sea levelSoilFirm, sandy soilVinificationBeginning of April: manual harvest in buckets of 17kgbefore destemming in the winery - selection of grapesMaceration at 12° C for 3 days27 days controlled fermentation at 28°CCool stabilizationBottling in DecemberProduction 150.000 bottles á 0,75lTasting notesIntense purple red. Fruity aromas of forest fruits. A wine with great volume and long finish.PairingWith meat dishes, salads, cold cuts.Serving temperature15- 16°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€18.67* / 1 Liter)

€14.00*
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El Cipres Malbec / Syrah 2018
Grape varieties70% Malbec and 30% SyrahVineyardsFinca San Luis, Alto Medrano, Mendoza, ArgentinaSoilAlluvial soilVinificationManual harvest at the end of MarchSelection of the grapesDestemmingControlled fermentation for 11 days at 26 - 28 °CMacerationMalolactic fermentationAging 3 months in barrique barrelsFiltration Bottling - 3 months bottle agingTasting notesBrilliant red with purple reflections. In the nose notes of figs and red berries, with hints of black pepper. Soft tannins, fruity in the mouth with a long finish. Dry.PairingExcellent companion to red meat and pastaServing temperature16 - 18° C 

Content: 0.75 Liter (€18.67* / 1 Liter)

€14.00*
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Tukma Malbec 2018/2019
Grape variety:100 % MalbecTasting notes:This Malbec, Argentina's flagship variety, has an intense ruby red color with violet edges. Faithful representative of the northwestern terroir, it is a very fruity wine on the nose. It has well-marked aromatic notes of plum, raisins and pepper. There are also subtle hints of vanilla and coffee, due to its aging in oak barrels. In the mouth it is a voluminous wine, with an intense structure, but with soft tannins and a long aftertaste.Serving temperature:15-17° C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€18.67* / 1 Liter)

€14.00*
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Buy online Malbec from Argentina

With a cultivated area of more than 44,400 hectares, representing almost 23% of Argentina's cultivated area, Malbec is the flagship variety of Argentina's red wines and the one that best represents the local palate. Since 2011, it has been the most cultivated grape variety in the country and has become the world's leader in terms of quantity, quality and export. 
Known for its intense dark colour and fruity explosion, Malbec offers a wide range of aromatic profiles linked to the specific conditions of the terroir.
In general, its aromas recall cherries, strawberries or plums, sultanas and black pepper in some cases with a hint of cooked fruit (jam).
It was thanks to the drive of the Argentine wine industry that Malbec revealed its true potential: its versatility, elegance and opulence, which have been the focus of the most daring innovations over the last twenty years.

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Ein Überblick über die argentinische Weinherstellung:

Im südlichen Teil des amerikanischen Kontinents gelegen, mit 44 Millionen Einwohnern und einer Fläche fast achtmal so groß wie Deutschland, ist Argentinien eines der Naturreservate der Welt. Privilegiert durch die außergewöhnliche Vielfalt seiner Landschaften, bietet Argentinien hohe Berge und Ebenen, üppige Vegetation und extreme Wüsten, Wälder und Steppen, Gletscher und Wasserfälle.

Zu diesem Reichtum an natürlichen Ökosystemen gehören große, hochproduktive Weinanbaugebiete, die sich am Fuße der Anden von Norden nach Süden erstrecken, mit einer Anbaufläche von knapp über 200.000 Hektar. Dadurch ist Argentinien in der Welt vor allem für seine hochgelegenen Weine bekannt.

Über fünf Jahrhunderte hat Argentinien eine außergewöhnliche Weinindustrie entwickelt. Die Höhenlage, das Klima und das Terroir, zusammen mit einer tief verwurzelten populären Weinkultur, verleihen den argentinischen Weinen eine einzigartige Identität und Qualität. Heute ist Argentinien der fünftgrößte Weinproduzent der Welt.

Warum argentinische Weine bestellen?

- Weingüter entwickeln ständig ihre eigene nationale und regionale Identität und konzentrieren sich zunehmend darauf, das Terroir zum Ausdruck zu bringen.

- Die argentinische Weinproduktion verbindet traditionelle Formen mit Technologie und aktuellen Trends. Dies ermöglicht es den Weinproduzenten, ihr Angebot ständig zu erneuern, sowohl auf dem inländischen als auch auf dem ausländischen Markt.

- Die Winzer fordern die Grenzen mit neuen Projekten und neuen Arten der Weinherstellung heraus, sowohl bei Rebsorten als auch bei Cuvées und Blends.
- Dank der Vielfalt der Böden und der Weite des Landes wird ständig mit neuen Regionen experimentiert, was zur Schaffung neuer geografischer Angaben (GIs) führt.

Welche sind die wichtigsten Weinregionen Argentiniens?

Weine aus Nordwesten (Jujuy, Salta, Tucumán und Catamarca)

(6.000 Hektar Anbaufläche)

Die nördliche Region zeichnet sich durch die Höhenlage der Weinberge aus, die zwischen 1.000 und 3.300 Metern über dem Meeresspiegel liegen. Hier befinden sich die höchstgelegenen Weinberge der Welt.

Weitere Besonderheiten der Region sind die geringen Niederschläge und das trockene, warme Klima mit sehr hohen Durchschnittstemperaturen und sandigen Böden, die eine gute Drainage begünstigen.
Diese Regionen haben eine jahrtausendealte Geschichte, denn sie waren einst die Heimat der Calchaquies und Diaguitas, die zu den ersten Völkern gehörten, die den amerikanischen Kontinent besiedelten.
Die wichtigsten Täler und Weinanbaugebiete im Nordwesten Argentiniens sind Cafayate, Molinos, Cachi, Yacochuya, San Carlos, Tolombón, Belén, Santa Maria, Humahuaca und andere.
Die am häufigsten angebauten roten Trauben im Nordwesten sind MalbecCabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Tannat, Bonarda und Merlot. Dieses Gebiet ist auch für ausgezeichnete Blends bekannt.
Die am häufigsten angebauten weißen Rebsorten im Nordwesten sind Torrontés Riojano, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Chenin und Riesling.
Der Torrontés, der vor allem im Cafayate-Tal angebaut wird, ist Argentiniens Flaggschiff unter den weißen Trauben und wird nirgendwo sonst auf der Welt gefunden.

Weine aus Cuyo (La Rioja, San Juan und Mendoza)

(188.050 Hektar Anbaufläche)
Die Region Cuyo (Land der Wüste) ist eine der trockensten und dennoch produktivsten Regionen für den Weinbau. Es ist das größte Weinanbaugebiet Argentiniens und das wichtigste in Südamerika. Mit Höhen zwischen 430 und 2.000 Metern ist diese Region durch ihr gebirgiges Relief gekennzeichnet. Die Anden sind die Hauptquelle der Bewässerung und liefern jeden Sommer ihr Schmelzwasser.
Geringe Niederschläge, saubere Luft und Bewässerung mit Schmelzwasser machen den Unterschied für diese Region aus. Die typischste und weltbekannte Sorte ist der Malbec.

Weine aus Mendoza

Im mittleren Westen des Territoriums, am Fuße der Anden, beherbergt Mendoza 75% der gesamten Weinberge Argentiniens und die größte Anzahl an Weingütern des Landes. Das macht es zu einem der wichtigsten Produktionszentren der Welt.
Die höchsten Gipfel der Anden befinden sich in Mendoza. Die Anwesenheit dieser riesigen Bergkette wirkt wie eine Barriere gegen die feuchten Winde des Pazifiks. Die Höhe, das kontinentale Klima, die Heterogenität der Böden und das Tauwetter sind Schlüsselfaktoren für die Produktion von exzellenten Weinen und tragen zu einer bedeutenden Weintradition bei.
Das Gebiet von Mendoza kann in fünf große Unterregionen unterteilt werden, die den Rebsorten ihre besonderen Eigenschaften verleihen: Uco-Tal (Valle de Uco), zu dem die Departements Tunuyán, Tupungato und San Carlos gehören; Primera Zona, zu der die Departements Luján de Cuyo und Maipú gehören; Oasis del Norte (Lavalle und Las Heras), del Este (San Martín, Rivadavia, Junín, Santa Rosa und La Paz) und del Sur (San Rafael, Malargüe und General Alvear), die praktisch die gesamte Geografie der Provinz umfassen.
Die häufigsten roten Rebsorten in Mendoza sind MalbecBonardaCabernet SauvignonSyrah, Tempranillo, MerlotPinot NoirCabernet Franc, Petit Verdot und Tannat. Mendoza ist auch für seine Blends bekannt.
Die häufigsten weißen Trauben in Mendoza sind Chardonnay, Torrontés Riojano, Chenin, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillón, Viognier, Torrontés Mendocino, Torrontés Sanjuanino, Riesling.

Weine aus La Rioja

Inmitten von fruchtbaren Oasen und trockenen Gebirgszügen liegt das Anbaugebiet der Famatina-Täler, im Westen der Region, zwischen den Sierras de Velasco und Famatina.
Die Täler zeichnen sich durch ein warmes Klima, milde Nächte und große Trockenheit aus. Das Zusammenspiel von Höhenlage, Breitengrad und hoher Sonneneinstrahlung bestimmt die unterschiedlichen Temperaturen und Feuchtigkeitsverhältnisse in einer halbtrockenen Umgebung.
Es gibt eine starke Präsenz von Torrontés Riojano, einer Sorte, die in der Gegend heimisch ist und zur Familie der kreolischen Trauben gehört. Im Allgemeinen haben die Weißweine der Region grüne Töne und intensive fruchtige Aromen. Der Gaumen ist von mittlerer Struktur und der Säuregehalt ist moderat bis niedrig.
Die am häufigsten angebauten roten Rebsorten in La Rioja sind MabecCabernet SauvignonBonardaSyrah und Merlot.
Die am häufigsten angebauten weißen Rebsorten in La Rioja sind Torrontes Riojano, Chardonnay, Viognier, Chenin und Sauvignon Blanc.

Weine aus Patagonien (La Pampa, Neuquén und Río Negro)

Patagonien ist die südlichste Region Argentiniens, in der Trauben angebaut werden. Es umfasst die Provinzen Río Negro, Neuquén und La Pampa und hat 3.700 Hektar Weinberge, plus ein paar Hektar in der Provinz Chubut. Die Hauptregionen sind San Patricio del Chañar (Neuquén) und die oberen, mittleren und unteren Regionen des Río Negro-Tals.
Die Weinberge befinden sich zwischen 300 und 500 Metern über dem Meeresspiegel.
Die Winter sind hart und die Sommer kühl, besonders in der Nacht, was den Winzern erlaubt, harmonische Kombinationen von Säure und Süße und reichhaltige Aromen zu erhalten, dank der langsamen und anhaltenden Reifung der Trauben.
All diese Eigenschaften verleihen den patagonischen Weinen einen raffinierten Geschmack und eine überragende aromatische Intensität, die die Reinheit der Umgebung widerspiegelt und das Prestige der südlichsten Weinregion der Welt erhöht.
Die am häufigsten angebauten roten Trauben in Patagonien sind Malbec, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Cabernet Franc und Petit Verdot.
Die am häufigsten in Patagonien angebauten weißen Trauben sind Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Torrontes Riojano, Torrontes Mendocino und Semillón.

Red Wines from Argentina: Basic knowledge

What are the typical Argentine foods to pair with Argentine wines?

Argentina is known worldwide for its beef production, so generally a Malbec from Argentina pairs wonderfully with a good grilled steak, or with the typical "asado", which is the traditional barbecue of this country.

In any case, more and more people are choosing not to eat meat in this country. Considering the great influence of Spanish and Italian food in Argentina, it is also very common to accompany red wines with pasta. More concentrated tomato sauces (such as tuco) go very well with a good Cabernet Sauvignon from Salta.

In Patagonia, it is traditional to pair fish and seafood dishes with delicious Patagonian Pinot Noir, as well as with Chardonnay. In that region and in Mendoza, there are delicious Chardonnay wines that have been aged for some time in oak barrels, so they are wines with more body and structure.

Of course, in Argentina they eat delicious empanadas, which can be made of meat, chicken, fish or vegetables. In the summer, a typical fried empanada can pair very well with a Torrontés wine from Salta, served very cold.

What is the altitude of the vineyards in Argentina?

The altitude of the vineyards in Argentina, in the Northwest region (Salta, Catamarca and Jujuy), ranges from 750 to 3300 meters above sea level.
Vineyards in the Patagonian and Pampas regions can reach almost 700 meters above sea level.

The average altitude of the vineyards of Mendoza, San Juan and La Rioja (Cuyo region) range from 800 to 2000 meters above sea level.

How many Appellations of Origin (DOC) does Argentina have?

Argentina has two DOC ( Controlled Denomination of Origin), and both are in Mendoza. One is Luján de Cuyo and the other is San Rafael. However, Argentina has almost 100 GIs (Geographical Indications) distributed in all the provinces that produce wine, and in its main regions.

What is the development of Argentine wine production?

With 215 thousand hectares of vineyards planted, Argentina produces wine in 14 of the 23 provinces and is the 5th largest wine producer in the world.
Of the total exported in dollars in 2020, 23% corresponds to Malbec. A red developed in Argentina as an export product that later became a favorite of local consumers, too.

Of the total cultivated area, 59% are red vines, 18% are white vines and 23% are rosé vines.

Of the total wine produced in Argentina in 2020, 72% of the wine is produced in Mendoza.

Argentina has more than 950 wineries in activity.

Which is the most recognized Argentine red wine?

The most recognized Argentine red wine worldwide is Malbec wine. You can also find Bonarda, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Merlot and Tempranillo.

What is the most recognized Argentine white wine?

The most recognized Argentine white wine is Torrontés wine. This is a unique grape variety, which emerged during the Jesuit period in the 16th century, a blend of the Muscat of Alexandria grape and a local Creole grape variety. The Torrontés wine variety with which the highest quality wines are made is Torrontés Riojano. There is also Argentine red wine Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin, Semillon and Viognier.

Where to buy wine from Argentina online?

We suggest you to buy in our online shop Andenweine. Some of the advantages of buying wine in Andenweine are:

- great variety of red wines, white wines and sparkling wines.
- You will find wines from the main wineries in Argentina.
- secure payment methods
- fast shipping of wines all over Europe
- excellent wine advice
- selection of organic and ecological wines
- personalized customer service

Buying in Andenweine you will be able to choose among the main wine regions of Argentina, such as:

• wines from Mendoza
• Wines from Salta
• Wines from Patagonia
• Wines from Uco Valley
• Wines from Cafayate