Argentina Wines: Torrontes Wine, Argentinian Malbec & Mendoza Argentina Wine
Argentina, although one of the newer wine regions as opposed to Europe, is the fifth largest producer of wine in the world. Its roots come from Spanish wine but they definitely put their own twist on it. The largest area for wine production in the country is the Mendoza Argentina wine region which is responsible for more than two-thirds of the country’s annual production. The most popular Argentina wine by far is the Malbec. We can actually thank the French wine industry for bringing the varietal to the country where the Argentinian Malbec has proven much tastier than in France. It goes without saying if you’re looking for a wine from Argentina you have to try the Argentinian Malbec. Not surprisingly, the best Malbec’s from Argentina are produced in the Mendoza Argentina wine region. Other notable Argentina wines are Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Pinot Noir, Torrontes wine (native to Argentina) and various red blends.
California wine industry veteran and owner of Bag and String Wine Merchants, Samuel Whitmore, has made certain to carefully hand select only the best Argentinian wine to provide for our customers. His developed keen palette and extensive knowledge behind the wine making process ensures each bottle listed is chosen for its quality and taste. Bag and String wine makes an effort to provide a wide variety of prices, varietals and vintages so everyone can enjoy wine from Argentina regardless of their budget or taste buds. We encourage you to browse our well rounded selection of well-done traditional wines to more area specific Mendoza Argentina wine, Torrontes wine and Argentinian Malbecs. We’re happy to answer any questions you may have about Argentina wine pairings, pricing, vintage or varietals. Just give us a call at 716-763-4000.