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27 new wines...

January 22, 2020

27 new wines...

Our ambition at Taste Argentina is to offer consumers in the UK the widest and most exciting selection of Argentinian wine online...and we definitely feel like we’re getting there! We now have over 115 wines in our portfolio from over 30 producers spanning the length and breadth of Argentina. We want to add more this year too, but this week we’d like to welcome a range of new producers and new wines from Michelini, Cara Sur, AtamisqueVer Sacrum, Angulo Innocenti, Aniello, Susana BalboBodega Tacuil, and Vallisto.

We're introducing 27 new wines, so once the photoshoot is complete, they'll be available to buy! Look out for the Tacuil RD Sauvignon, the highest altitude Sauvignon Blanc ever made, or how about the Aniello Blanc de Pinot Noir? They're both fabulous. We've also got some cracking Criollas, I'm loving this super soft, lighter bodied, traditional Argentine red. Vallisto, Recoleta and Cara Sur are all excellent examples. There are plenty more reds to get excited about too! As always, if you've got any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch. 






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