Tasting Highlights: Argentina

Malbec dominates the country's reds, but don't overlook Cabernet and even Pinot Noir
Sep 4, 2007
Fans of Argentinean wine probably love the preponderance of big, juicy, fruit-driven Malbecs that now dominate the country's vinous offerings. But while Malbec is clearly the lead grape, there are other gems worth looking for, including the interesting Pinots being produced in the southern Patagonia region by Bodega Chacra.

Member-Only Content

Premium Subscription

Join today and get immediate access to this article, and to our entire database of more than 390,000 wine ratings. It only takes moments—but it will help you drink better all year long.

Start Free 30-day Trial

Already a member? Sign In

You Might Also Like

8 Exciting Bordeaux Values Up to 90 Points

8 Exciting Bordeaux Values Up to 90 Points

Get a taste of Bordeaux's 2018 vintage with these new reviews of impressive reds at $25 or …

Jan 14, 2021
Alphabetical Guide to Rhône Valley

Alphabetical Guide to Rhône Valley

Wine Spectator senior editor James Molesworth reviewed nearly 550 wines in the past year …

Feb 28, 2021
Alphabetical Guide to Port

Alphabetical Guide to Port

The nearly 100 Ports Wine Spectator reviewed for its Jan.-Feb. 2021 tasting report include …

Feb 28, 2021
12 Diverse West Coast Chardonnays

12 Diverse West Coast Chardonnays

New reviews of Chardonnays from California and Oregon, up to 92 points

Jan 11, 2021
9 Enticing Port Values Up to 92 Points

9 Enticing Port Values Up to 92 Points

Add a hint of sweetness to your winter with these new reviews of luscious dessert wine …

Jan 7, 2021
13 Delectable California Pinot Noirs Up to 91 Points

13 Delectable California Pinot Noirs Up to 91 Points

New reviews of impressive Pinot Noirs from California's Napa, Sonoma and Carneros regions

Jan 4, 2021