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    With five centuries of history integrating the flavors of the native peoples with the tradition of European immigrants, Argentina stands as the main wine producer in South America. It began with Moscatel and Uva País grapes from Spain.

    The expansion of its crops continued with the Jesuits and by 1598 there were vineyards in Cordoba, Santa Fe, Buenos Aires and Misiones. On the other hand, Mendoza and San Juan became key sites, since the vines coming from Chile, which by that time already had a strong wine production, entered the territory through them.

    Years later, Malbec was introduced from France, and although in that country it was used to make blended wine (it was blended with other varietals only to give it color), in Argentina it quickly acclimatized with excellent results. Today it has positioned itself as the emblematic grape variety of Argentina and has more than 43,000 hectares planted. Argentina currently exports wine to 127 countries, with the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Brazil and the Netherlands being the largest importers.
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    Pulenta Gran Malbec
    46,82 €
    Pulenta Estate Malbec
    29,89 €
    Pulenta La Flor Malbec 2020
    17,90 €
    Cauco Malbec
    14,57 €
    Cristóbal 1492 Malbec 2020
    10,20 €
    Cristóbal Barrel Selection Malbec 2018
    12,78 €
    Andeluna 1300 Malbec 2020
    17,87 €
    Andeluna Raíces Malbec 2021
    13,20 €
    Otero Ramos Gritos Classic Malbec 2017
    17,87 €
    Verum Maria Victoria Patagonia Malbec 2016
    20,81 €
    Verum Patagonia Cabernet Franc 2018
    18,46 €
    Verum Patagonia Pinot Noir 2020
    16,48 €
    Verum Patagonia Malbec 2019
    15,25 €
    Verum Patagonia Chardonnay 2019
    15,25 €
    Doña Paula Estate Malbec 2021
    14,74 €
    Los Cardos Malbec
    10,21 €