When it comes to Argentinian wine most people are familiar with Malbec, which the country has adopted as its national grape. There’s a whole lot more to Argentina than Malbec though, starting with Bonarda, a grape that is often used for blending, but is starting to show up on American shelves as a varietal wine. The infographic and map below is your complete introductory guide to Argentina’s wines, including the major regions, the grapes that grow there, and the increasingly famous sub-regions, particularly in Mendoza, the heart of Argentinian wine country.
If you want to learn even more about Argentina’s wines, check out our in-depth articles and resources below the infographic.
- Malbec 101 – Learn about the grape that Argentina made famous!
- Wine Memories: Lost In The Mountains Of Argentine Wine Country