Argentina is famous for its red wines and some of the best examples of Malbec in the world. Let's explore what's worth drinking in Argentina wine.
Be sure to investigate Argentina's other red wines besides Malbec. The warm to hot climate is perfect for achieving ripe fruit flavors in varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and the local specialty, Bonarda.
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For white wines, you cannot miss the local legend, Torrontés. This delicate, aromatic white wine is a striking contrast to Argentina's opulent reds – perfect for a hot summer afternoon.
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Argentina is the number one Malbec producer in the world.
Torrontés is a white wine unique to Argentina.
Mendoza produces the most wines in Argentina.
Top Grape Varieties of Argentina (Official Numbers)
Malbec - 46,000 Ha.
Bonarda - 17,700 Ha.
Cabernet Sauvignon - 13,800 Ha.
Syrah - 11,500 Ha.
Tempranillo - 5,300 Ha.
*To see the full and exact breakdown of varieties planted in Argentina, check out the Official Instituto Nacional de Vitivinicultura Surface Report for 2021.