The wine seems to accompany the man from the beginning, always being one of the greatest pleasures we have enjoyed, an inspiration and one of the main engines of Western culture. The Mediterranean regions such as Spain, France, Italy and Germany are considered Old World regions, and the Region of the New World is represented by countries such as Australia, New Zealand, USA, Chile and Argentina.
Within our portfolio we have Argentine wines from the province of Mendoza and San Juan, the Northwest, Salta and the South (Patagonia), mainly Rio Negro.
The province of Mendoza represents over 75% of national production. Its natural conditions such as altitude (between 500 and 1500 meters above sea level), arid and rocky soils and a wide temperature range between day and night, are ideal for growing grapes. Its main quality red varietals are: Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Bonarda and Tempranillo, whereas in white grape varieties are Chardonnay, Semillon, and Viogner Sauvgnon Blanc.
The province of Salta has an international reputation and numerous awards in major markets worldwide. The characteristics of climate and soil, to which must be added the age of the vineyards, varieties aromas and color concentrate more than in other wine regions, emphasizing quality and forging its own character, great structure and good aging potential. The red varietals are: Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Bonarda, and white is Torrontes.
Patagonia is the southernmost of all Argentine wine regions and is located at lower altitudes. Their wines are more acidic, elegant and of good quality. The main red grape varieties are Merlot, Pinot Noir, Syrah and Malbec. And whites: Chardonnay and Chenin.
Consumer preferences of Argentine wines are increasingly turning to the consumption of wine color. It is also seen an increase in preferences for sparkling wines, sparkling fruity, sparkling wines, wine and cocktails frizzes, although not significant volumes.