Up until the 1980s, Argentina was known for producing more 'quantity' wine over 'quality' wine, but that has changed with winemakers across the board lifting their game. There is no doubt that Malbec is the grape on which Argentina's international reputation as a wine-producing nation is founded. Whilst it is a difficult grape to grow, the climate and conditions around Mendoza and in particular the Uco Valley is ideally suited to producing world-class wine.
The most popular varieties planted out in Argentina would be Bonarda, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot, Sangiovese, Syrah and Tempranillo.
- Exclusively imported by United Cellars, this outstanding value Argentinian Malbec is a consistent favourite of staff and our regular customers. Displaying a fresh and fruity nose, enhanced by hints of plums, black berries and a touch of vanilla. The palate ... Learn More
- A super charged & concentrated version of the original Latente, with ripe plum, cherry & subtle chocolate notes. Hand picked, high altitude fruit, aged for 8 months on French & American oak. Concentrated and robust, with a vanilla, chocolate and mocha character and a ... Learn More
- Fifty Best World Vineyards 2020 & Best Producer Argentina in 2019 by Mundus Vini. Exclusively imported by United Cellars - Bodegas Salentein is the heart and soul of the Uco Valley. Aromas of blackberries, raspberries and blueberries, combined with floral hints and delicate ... Learn More
Enjoy late Summer evening meals with friends with these deliciously plush and full-bodied wines from Spain and Argentina. A range of vintages showcase some more powerful, youthful wines, and some aged, more developed wines. Only while stocks last!
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