About the country Argentina

The world’s fifth-largest wine-producing nation, Argentina produces a wide range of excellent-value varietal wines (largely red, with Malbec the success story so far but also, an increasing number of delicious whites) across all price points. Since the 1990s it has benefited greatly from an influx of international investment and expertise, and while it has done well to edge its way onto the world stage it still has a way to go before completely stealing the limelight. Competition in international markets from behemoths like Australia or neighbouring Chile mean it won't be a story of overnight success for Argentina. But year on year the wines get better and more and more people fall for the charms of Argentina's structured but oh-so quaffable wines.

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Humberto Canale Gran Reserva 2013 £22.75

On the nose this wine is bursting with an intense mix of ripe red berries combined with hints of spi...

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Humberto Canale Gran Reserva 2013 £22.75

Mascota Vineyards Gran Mascota Malbec 2014 £18.50

A deeply masculine wine with a lively and refreshing acidity and a charming bouquet of plums, violet...

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Mascota Vineyards Gran Mascota Malbec 2014 £18.50

Raza Reserva Malbec 2015 £11.50

Aromas of red and black fruit, most notably plums and cherries predominate the nose. Meanwhile, the ...

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Raza Reserva Malbec 2015 £11.50

Santa Florentina Torrontes Riojana 2017 £9.50

A delicate wine with floral aromas of roses & citrus peel. Light tropical fruit notes on the palate...

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Santa Florentina Torrontes Riojana 2017 £9.50

Santa Florentina, Malbec 2016 £10.50

Medium and lively, this wine is juicy and with high concentration of fruit on the palate. The flavou...

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Santa Florentina, Malbec 2016 £10.50

Soluna Premium Malbec 2014 £16.50

Deep purple colour. Complex bouquet of dark fruits with a rich ripe plum, vanilla and blackcurrant d...

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Soluna Premium Malbec 2014 £16.50