Wine production and consumption in Argentina dates back to more than 400 years ago when the first specimens were brought to America by the Spaniards. Catholic priests settled vineyards around their monasteries to assure a supply of wine to celebrate holy mass.
Today Malbec, originally from the south of France, is the queen of all grape varieties in Argentina where it has found ideal condition suited for its growth. Wines made from the Malbec grape have become the signature wines of Argentina.
Argentina is the world's fifth largest wine producing country and many of their vineyards are planted above 2,000 metres creating new and exciting wines.
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