Thanks to its climatic characteristics, geographical location and the vine species introduced by settlers, Argentina boasts a rich production of some of the best wines in the world, especially reds. Malbec is certainly the country's most representative grape variety: it originates from the French Bordeaux and finds its highest expression in the Argentine soil. Among the indigenous white grape varieties we find Torrontés, which is present in three different types: Riojano, Mendocino and Sanjuanino. Wine production in Argentina is also famous for the use of international varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot, as well as European varieties, including Bonarda, imported by the Italians directly from Oltrepò pavese, Barbera and Sangiovese. Discover Argentinian wines on Svinando produced from cultivations at altitudes of 1500 metres in the country's most prolific regions, such as Mendoza, San Juan and La Roja.