Argentina

When it comes to South American wines, most people tend to think of Chilean wines as the finest and most popular of them all, however in more recent times, wines such as Argentinian red and white wines have grown in terms of reputation and quality.

 

It was in the 1990's that Argentinian wine makers, faced with the glut of wines in their country and looking to earn more income by exporting their wine product, decided to refine their products and pay more attention to quality for the sake of the international wine market.

 

Today Argentinian wines are famous internationally and the quality of the country's wine is well renowned as well.

Argentina

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Full ruby colour with aromas of red and dark berries, v...
£11.70
Ex Tax: £9.75
Lush fruit notes of pear and apple lead to a round feel...
£11.70
Ex Tax: £9.75
Dense red colour with delicious aromas of wild berries ...
£11.70
Ex Tax: £9.75
Transparent yellow colour with a nose of flowers and ci...
£11.70
Ex Tax: £9.75
Intense ruby colour and deep aromas of ripe plum, with ...
£25.44
Ex Tax: £21.20
Rich aromas of plums, morello cherry, truffle and, as t...
£16.14
Ex Tax: £13.45
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