James Dietz wrote:Bienvenidos, Alejandro, a este rincon del mundo de vino!!
I don't buy many wines from Argentina. One exception is Susana Balbo's Crios wines, especially the whites and Rose.
We have an Argentine restaurant a couple of miles from the house, which, besides having nice food, has an incredible (and inexpensive) wine list and collection [ http://www.reginaargentina.com/index.html. We have enjoyed a number of different Malbecs, Cabs and other Argentinian wines there, though they are at the low end of the price scale. I have found them to be nice food wines, and one, I wish I could remember the name now, to be quite complex.
Carl Eppig (Middleton, NH wrote:Let us add our welcome. We are regular consumers of Argentine wine and belong to the minority that believes that Argentines do just as good a job with Cabernet Sauvignon as you do with Malbec. Many exceptional values with these.
Bill Buitenhuys wrote:Welcome Alejandro! I'd be quite interested to learn about your favorites in Austrian dessert wines. I've only recently started to try austrian dry rieslings (Brudlemayer, Gobelsberg, etc) and have a few Hopler stickies around but thats about it.
Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:Good to see you here finally Alex!!! Now we can really talk Argentina!!
Brian K Miller wrote:Welcome. I've got a bottle of Cab Sauvignon in my cellar from Sonoma winemaker Paul Hobb's Argentinian venture. I also love Malbec as a varietal, so I'm sure I will be adding more Argentinian wines
Jay Labrador wrote:Alejandro, welcome to the forum. Looking forward to learning about Argentinean wines from you. Do you have any dealings for your food business here in the Philippines?
Robin Garr wrote:Hi, Alex, and welcome! I've been delinquent in failing to greet you in this thread after having chatted with you in E-mail, but please let me add my formal forum welcome. We're glad you found your way here and hope you'll hang around!
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