Argentinian wine has been in production since the 19th century, but can attribute its current success to a much greater uptake of their wines in the last 20 years or so. Malbec is the grape most often associated with this South American country – juicy, complex, and perfumed when at its best. Bonarda red wines and Torrontes white wines make up the big three triumvirate, but wines from Argentina have grown to include fine examples made from other grapes.

Our Argentinian wine producers are helmed by a new generation of ambitious and gifted winemakers, their aim, to make wines with the purest expressions of terroir exploiting the vast array of soils and microclimates in this ever-progressing wine producing nation.