It's an elegant wine with aromas of red apples, honey and cinnamon. Full-bodied, round flavour and a soft finish on the mouth.
1800sMany Europeans immigrated to Argentina and planted vineyards at the foothills of the Andes.Malbec was brought to Argentina by a Frenchman, reportedly on April 17, 1853-World Malbec Day is now celebrated on the 17th of April.1900sIn the late 1980s, the Argentinean economy collapsed, and the wine industry suffered. The government encouraged the pulling up of older Malbec vineyards.New economic policies and foreign investment of the 1990s resulted in modern technology for wineries. Malbec was once again positioned as a top grape varietal, producing bold, plush wines with international appeal that were export-ready.2000sMore fine wine was made for international markets. Wines from Argentina were rapidly recognized as offering value and quality, and Malbec grew in popularity, being regarded as a friendly, easy-drinking red wine with broad consumer appeal.Argentinean winemakers are focused not only on quality, but on specific sites and vineyards, and sourcing wines from sub-appellations within prestigious growing regions.