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Argentina has 30% of old vines planted, which varieties?
  • Malbec
  • Bonarda
  • Sémillon
Which 25% of plantings in Argentina still make inexpensive wines for the domestic market?
  • High yielding pink varieties: Criolla Grande, careza dn Criolla Chica (Pais in Chile).
  • Cereza is Argentina's 2nd most planted after Malbec
Argentina has a preference for varieties with a thick protective skin due to the dry conditions. 60% is black. Which are these?
  1. Malbec 20% of the total vineyard area
  2. Bonarda
  3. Cabernet Sauvignon
  4. Syrah
Which white varieties can be found in Argentina? What is most planted?
Pedro Giménez most planted (inexpensive domestic market), Torrontés, Muscat d’Alexandrië (Moscatel), Chardonnay, Semillon, Chenin blanc, Sauvignon blanc, Viognier
Describe variety Pedro Giménez from Argentina
  • Not the same as Pedro Ximénez in Spain)
  • is most planted white.
  • neutral grape for simple, inexpensive wines for domestic consumption. Has potential to produce high-quality white in the coolest areas, i.e. Uco Valley, with highest altitude sites.
  • By picking grapes earlier and fermenting them at cooler temperatures, producers are making fruitier wines with higher acidity and lower levels of alcohol.
  • There are also some innovative blends emerging, in particular involving Torrontés.
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