Among the main varieties, only Malbec and red blends increased in volume.
In 2015, the amount of bottled wine brands rose to 2,681, a growth of 88 compared with 2014.
In 2015, out of the top 10 destinations, 7 grew in volume and value. The United Kingdom grew the most (+255.6 thousand boxes), United States (+156 thousand cases), China (+94.8 thousand cases) and Mexico (+77.2 thousand cases).
In 2015, bottled wine came to $722.9m with market share at 77%.
In December, Argentina’s wine industry exported 28.1 million litres valued at $70.6m.
In 2015, total wines and must exports came to $933.6m and amounted to 359.8 million litres.
Seldom in history has a wine producing country been seen to have so many strengths when it comes to promoting its products.
There are bodegas that have restaurants, offer bike rides and even hot air ballooning, but only a handful of them have museums, where you get more than just good photos.
A flock of sheep roaming the vineyards and a llama sleeping under the shade of a poplar are the welcoming committee for a group of visitors at Bodegas Krontiras. Surprised by the scene, they forget the picture postcard setting of these Maipu vineyards, with the snowy peaks of the Cordillera in the background,...
Anyone who has tried more than three Malbec’s at any one time knows that a diversity of tastes and styles is what rules today in the variety. Over the past 15 year Malbec has come to represent an almost inexhaustible array of flavours. There are many reasons for this, from new terroirs to style changes...
All that is outstanding is different in an unexpected way. That’s what happened with the harvest of 2016 in Argentina, but particularly in Mendoza: a year in which nature will leave its indelible mark on both the wines and the memory of its winemakers. With a cold spring and an October with an average...
Wines of Argentina is the organization that, since 1993, promotes the Argentine wine brand and image worldwide, spreading knowledge of the winemaking regions of Argentina. In addition, WofA contributes to direct the country's export strategy by studying and analyzing changing trends in consumer markets.
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