Argentina

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In Argentina, Mendoza is the most important wine region and is responsible for producing nearly 80% of the country's grapes. With the popularity of Malbec today, it's hard to believe these wines were largely unavailable 20 years ago. Although Argentina burst on the international wine scene, it's winemaking roots reach back to the 1500s when Spanish settlers brought vine cuttings to South America. Quality wine production has steadily expanded throughout Argentina ever since.

 
 
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Altosur, Malbec, 2017 (Mendoza, Argentina)
15.00

Graceful, Super Bright, Blackberries, Cherries, Spice

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Santa Julia, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2016 (Mendoza, Argentina)
18.00

Dark Violet, Cherries, Vanilla, Chocolate

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Maipe, Torrontes, 2017 (Valle de Uco, Argentina)
12.00

Fresh White Peaches, Pears, Jasmine, Rose Petals

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Altosur, Chardonnay, 2017 (Mendoza, Argentina)
15.00

Dried White Flowers, Melon, Papaya

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