In 1551, the first vines were planted in Argentina, spreading rapidly in the central, western and northeastern areas of the country. Favored by the optimum soil and weather conditions of the Andean region, the winemaking industry experienced rapid, extensive growth. Today, Argentina is the 5th largest producer and the 9th largest exporter of wine. Still, Argentinians consume most of the wine made in their country amounting to about 30 liters (about 8 gallons) per person per year.
Join Anna this Friday as she takes you through some fine Argentinian wines and discusses the vineyards and wines in detail.
- Finca Las Moras Barrel Select Chardonnay
- Finca Las Moras "Paz" Malbec
- Finca Las Moras "Paz" Cabernet Sauvignon/Cabernet Franc
- Finca Las Moras Bourbon Barrel Select Cabernet Sauvignon
- Don Miguel Gascon Malbec Reserve