Welcome to Argentina Wine Guide!
Welcome to Argentina Wine Guide, the Web's most comprehensive source for Argentine wine reviews, recommendations and information for the wine enthusiast!
From meaty Mendoza Malbecs to surprising Syrahs, Salta's aromatic Torrontes to classic Cabernet Sauvignons - the Argentine wine industry is now producing great wine from the full variety of grapes. Argentina Wine Guide seeks out and reviews wine from the cheap budget to the premium ends of the market, and our detailed and descriptive tasting notes mean you can always find a wine that matches your tastes, occasion, and budget.
Whether you are a backpacker visiting Argentina or a fan from further afield, Argentina Wine Guide is here to help you develop your knowledge about Argentine wine, winemaking and the wine industry - and help you choose the right wine, every time!
New reviews posted: three excellent Malbecs from Enrique Foster. Foster has a "Malbec-only" strategy, and so far, it's working a treat. Also a tasty if atypical Chardonnay from northern stars Callia; a good budget Malbec from their Salentein group stablemate Finca El Portillo; and a couple of disappointing whites from Lurton and the usually impressive Chakana.
The star in this posting, though, is the Cabernet Sauvignon from Mendoza legend Carmelo Patti. Carmelo's winery is just about the definitive boutique operation, and his Cabernet Sauvignon is just about the definitive example of that variety in all its multi-faceted complexity. At just AR$55, it earns 4+ stars and an emphatic Top Drop rating.
Happy drinking! For other news and updates head across to the AWG blog.
Best of the bunch!
Want to find a good wine for dinner tonight? Short on time? Let's cut straight to the chase. The following wines have been specially selected by Argentina Wine Guide as Top Drops. Great drinking, and all fantastic value for money.