Wine from Argentina
The Argentine Republic, behind Italy, Spain, France, and the United States, is the fifth-largest wine-producing nation on the world’s map. The drink is made in 14 of the nation’s 23 provinces, where there are 215 thousand-hectare regions of vines.
The City of Buenos Aires, one of the last remaining provinces, recently designated its Devoto area as the beginning of routes of wines of Argentina. Since the early 1980s, leading wineries have been bottling and delivering their products there, making it an essential component of the business for Argentine brands.
The home market of local wine types is supported by a deeply ingrained culture: you won't see a family meal, a gathering of friends, or even a TV series binge without tasting local varieties of this beverage. The industry serves both the export and domestic markets of the country, making it quite profitable. The most famous grape here is Malbec, known for its fruity flavor and smooth texture. But don't think that's all, as sommeliers around the word also recommend keeping an eye for Argentina wines from Syrah, Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Bonarda varieties.